2013 04 15- A group of 10 whales with half of them re-sightings and 13 fluke IDs Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Stevenson   
Fifteen miles offshore Bermuda we found a small group of three or four whales but this soon expanded to some ten or more whales who were very active with breaches, tail-lobbing, head lunges
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Sea Slipper arrived on the scene above and the whales began swirling around our boats
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Above left, our 0008 photographed today and on the right on 21st April 2007. This whale was first ID'ed in 1979 in Newfoundland
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Above left our fluke ID of 0055 taken on 28th of April 2008 and above right, today
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Above left, our 0024 taken on 11th April 2011 and the ID taken today
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Above left, our ID of 0925 taken on 19th April 2012 and the ID taken today
Although it was a shorter day due to the increasing winds, a very productive day
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Above left our 0580 photographed on 15th April 2011 and above right, exactly two years later
This whale spy-hopped as Sea Slipper and our own boat left the scene
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