1. Mother and calf fin whales off Montauk, July 12, 2015


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    Mother and calf fin whales seen off the coast of Montauk 7/12/15, we encountered eight other fin whales that day

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    • basecamp senja


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      whale watching with basecamp senja, northern norway, december 2014. film by trollsk.no

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      • CRESLI/Viking Fleet Whale Watch - Fin whales under the bow 7/21/2013


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        July 21, 2013 CRESLI (Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island)/Viking Fleet whale watch: 2 of the estimated 25 fin whales in the area surfaced at and under our bow. Look closely and you can see that their lower jaws are distended as they are filter their prey from the 20,000 gallons of food and water in their mouths. Fin whales re the 2nd largest species of animals ever to have lived and are the most abundant large whale seen off Montauk, NY

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        • CRESLI/Viking Fleet Whale watch 2014-07-06: Fin whales and bottlenose dolphins


          from Artie Kopelman Added 18 0 0

          From our 7/6/14 whale watch out on Montauk Harbor. This trip we encountered 20 OFFSHORE BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS and 12 FIN WHALES, as well as 50 Wilson's Storm Petrels; 40 Great Shearwaters, 5 Corey's Shearwaters, 1 Sooty Shearwater and 100+ Common terns - See more at: http://cresli.org/cresli/cetacean/ww_sightings.html#WW-2014

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          • Giants of the sea


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            It was an amazing summer at the Azores, Pico. Our mission was to freedive with the whales of Azores. We spend two week to get the best encounters. It's hard to describe when you swim next to a giant spear whale. This was one of my best two weeks in my life. Thanks to Enrico and his crew Michael Costa and Petra Szlama at CW Azores.

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            • CetaceaLab - Great Bear Rainforest | Gitga'ata First People Territory | Gil Island | British Columbia


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              We would like to extend our gratitude to Janie Wray and Hermann Meuter for their welcome at the CetaceaLab (cetacealab.org), and for making us discover Gil Island and their wonderful project 'Cetacea Lab: Conservation and Ecology of Whales' in Caamaño Sound, British Columbia, Canada - Visit their web site cetacealab.org and listen to their hydrophone live on: cetacealab.org/listen Special thanks to Ian and Karen McAllister from Pacific Wild (pacificwild.org) for their welcome and for taking us on a sail south from the CetaceaLab to Bella Bella, and show us the Great Bear Rainforest. Watch their network of remote cameras live: pacificwild.org/site/great-bear-live.html We also would like to thank the Gitga'ata First People community for welcoming us in their home territory and for allowing us to discover this most special and unique region - Visit the website: www.gitgaat.net

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              • Fin Whale visits Rarotonga


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                A lone Fin Whale hangs out around Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Film/Edit: John Beasley - Varo Media Music: Dexter Britain - Light Of Life More about the fin whale can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fin_whale

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                • Finback whale washed ashore at Smith Pt beach, Long Island, NY


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                  10/09/14. A 58 foot male Finback whale found washed up on the shoreline of Smith Point Park beach, Suffolk County, Long Island NY. It is estimated that the adult male weighed approx. 30 tons. The autopsy revealed massive blunt trauma as the cause of death, presumably from a large ship strike. The whale was buried on site at Smith Point Park beach. J.G.

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                  • Killer Whales on the European Continental Shelf (Short)


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                    Short film to help fund post production for a documentary on Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology scientists and their annual work aboard the national research vessel RV Celtic Explorer. Please share, thanks for watching, we hope to have the full length film here in due course. Directed/Filmed by Tony Whelan. [Filmed from the RV Celtic Explorer in September 2014]

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                    • 31 Days Aboard


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                      A clip show of favorite moments by Bangaranger Nelle Pierson (2014 Season).

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