Oceanic Society's Snorkeling in Tonga with Humpback Whales--immerse yourself in whale watching above and below the water’s surface and stay in comfortable beachfront lodge!! Option to stop in Fiji on the way home!

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Blue Whales are the largest recorded mammal on earth some reaching nearly 120ft. The blue whales heart is so big that it is around the same size as a small car, with the blue whales main arteries being big enough for a human to swim through comfortably.

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Humpback Whale Spotting one of these gentle giants can be a rare event, even for those of us who live next door to the pacific ocean. The humpback whale travels incredibly far through its migration, not remaining in one place too long. These whales swim close by my home, Vancouver Island, during parts of the year. Ive captured them, as best I can, in these mixed media art works. Because of their huge travel path, these whales are listed as endangered in some countries but not in others…

Learn all you wanted to know about humpback whales with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

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Migaloo is the only known all white Humpback whale. Photographed by Jenny Dean at the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. ~Dolphins and Whales~

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I would love to plan a Lana'i, #Hawaii trip between December to May, when the humpback whales call Hawaii home. Migrating from the gulf of Alaska to Hawaii over two short months, they breed and birth in the islands’ warm and shallow waters.

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