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Whale Cafe!

Whale Cafe! | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
Guest where ‘mugged’ on board Eye Spy whilst enjoying their buffet lunch – Definitely a fitting name ‘Whale Cafe’ http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/whale-cafe/
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'Thar She Blows'

'Thar She Blows' | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
Ever wondered how many blow holes a Humpback Whale has? A Humpback whale has 2 blow holes on the top of its head where as a toothed whale has only one.  This amazing image was taken by a guest on board our luxury catamaran vessel Eye Spy this week. Blowholes are a whale’s nostril and are located ... http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/thar-blows-2/
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Mugging Mothers and Calves

Mugging Mothers and Calves | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
With so many new born calves in the area at the present moment, this week sightings have been absolutely amazing with the Whales literally ‘mugging’ guests on board Eye Spy for hours on end! http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/mugging-mothers-calves/
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Slip, Slop, Slap!

Slip, Slop, Slap! | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
The humpback whale has very sensitive skin that is easily sunburned. http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/slip-slop-slap/
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"Thar she blows"

"Thar she blows" | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
Ever wondered how many blowholes a humpback whale has? They have 2 blowholes on the top of their head which are actually the whale’s nostril. Unlike us, the whale cannot breathe through their mouth. Their blowholes are covered by muscular flaps that keep water from entering them while u... http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/thar-blows/
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Eye of the Whale

Eye of the Whale | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
The remarkable eye of the humpback whale is the size of a grapefruit with amazingly strong muscles that changes the shape of the lens so they can see in the air or underwater. http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/eye-whale/
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Annual Visitors

Annual Visitors | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
What a fantastic thing it is to observe individual humpbacks migrating yearly, to see some of our favourites year after year is very special given that when they leave Moreton Bay they are subjected to a long 10.000 kilometre round journey with many obstacles along the way. Mad Maggie is missing... http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/annual-visitors/
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RIVERFIRE - Tickets selling fast!

RIVERFIRE - Tickets selling fast! | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
For the best seats in town, join us on board EYE SPY with unobstructed views of the Australian Defence Force aerial displays along with the pyrotechnic explosion of colorful fireworks that is RIVERFIRE! http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/riverfire-tickets-selling-fast/
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The Pectoral Fin Wave

The Pectoral Fin Wave | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
The humpback whale has amazingly long pectoral fins that are ten times longer than the human arm http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/pectoral-fin-wave/
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What's in a name?

What's in a name? | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
The classic pectoral fins or flippers of the Humpback Whale features in the origin of the Humpback’s genus name – Megaptera. This stems from the Greek word ‘megas’ wing which literally means big wings. These pectoral fins are one third of the length of the body however the common name ‘Humpback’ ... http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/whats-name/
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Tongue Twisters

Tongue Twisters | Brisbane Whale Watching | Scoop.it
Although the humpback whale has a very large tongue, it has little to no sense of taste. http://www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/tongue-twisters/
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