What could be better than watching wildlife in the wild? Whether it’s being submerged in cutting edge virtual reality, or seated in a low-to-the-water boat, the experience of seeing these majestic mammals as nature intended is simply unforgettable.
Dolphin Project Cove Monitor and Educator Cynthia Fernandez got quite an eye – and earful – during a visit to Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, in California. About 12 humpback whales, 10 Risso’s dolphins and three blue whales were feeding, interacting and caring for their young.
The following videos are of a juvenile humpback whale tail throwing and lunge feeding.
Featured image and videos: Juvenile humpback whale lunge feeding, Cynthia Fernandez, via Fast Raft Marine Eco-Tours, Inc.