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Aug 04, 2015


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Hi Pete, thanks for sharing those wonderful photos. Humpbacks have been in the news a lot lately. They are making a healthy comeback which is so nice to hear! A Humpback tail slap can be a sign of aggression but only the whale knows for sure ;) One thing is for certain though a swipe from a Humpback tail could easily kill you. Be safe out there! My sister and I saw a number of them in the Georgia Strait when we were on a whale watching tour with Seabreeze Adventures http://www.seabreezeadventures.ca.

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