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The latest counts put the region's fin whale population at 40,000.
On reviewing the dive videotapes, expedition leader Craig Smith and his team saw that the skeleton was probably either a blue or a fin whale.
Passengers aboard a Newport Coastal Adventure boat off the coast of California this week were treated to nearly an hour straight of two fin whales lunge-feeding on surface krill Capt.
The fin whale, whose body is long and slender, is the second-largest mammalian on Earth after the blue whale.
Whale-watching season now extends nearly year round, as gray whales migrate earlier in the fall — sometimes as soon as mid-November — and boats seek other species such as humpback, blue, minke and fin whales at other times of year.
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