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We see them occasionally here (hump backs in particular) in the Pacific but to see over 60 in one place is encouraging, and very cool. Apparently their population is increasing (from what I've quickly read).
 

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Almost feels like another world, or alien world Steve ! :eek3: :eek2:

Just seeing so many of them is extraordinary, and love how
they all seem to get along too by the way. :smileyface_hand_cla Really
is epic sir, and not something we get to see every day, or
any day actually. ..Thanks so very very much !!!

Amazing sir !
 

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Reflex:
Who would've thot that pods of whales number 50+?
I once saw an Orca whale tossing a Great White shark
arround like a rag!!!!
From what I gather, more human are attacked by Bull
sharks sincer Bull sharks can live in salt and fresh water!

Australia, S Africa and California seem to be smorgasbords
for sharks. Got my info from Jeremy Wades "River Monsters"

Lou Snutt
 
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