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In the never-ending symphony of the sea, there's a standout among the percussive pings of bottlenose dolphins and the plaintive calls of humpback whales.
But my greatest thrill was seeing humpback whales cruising through these breeding waters, not only spouting as usual but also hurling themselves out of the water (known as breeching).
Called Cruising with the Whales, the hull art features a giant image of a mother humpback whale and her calf.
The area teems with wildlife, including cougars, wolves, dolphins and humpback whales.
Guests there watch dolphins and humpback whales jump in Hulopoe Bay, lounge beneath palm trees, and stroll through botanical gardens.
Whales in Monterey Bay: While some humpback whales linger in Monterey Bay year around, gray whales are winter’s prime attraction.
Head north for about 3 miles, stopping along the way at the Kapaa Lookout to glimpse humpback whales breaching in the distance from December to May. Turn around at Paliku beach and head back to your car for the airport.
Just like the humpback whales' perpetual trek along the Southern California coast, some of Hollywood's biggest names repeatedly take part in a real estate ritual: buy, sell, buy, sell.
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Definition of humpback whale for English Language Learners
: a type of large whale that has a curved back and very long flippers
HUMPBACK WHALE Defined for Kids
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