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Everything you need to know about Whale Migration

Published on April 19, 2022 By Pia Markovic

Whale migrations are an incredible act of nature. Huge populations shifting over large distances to find food, mates and suitable habitat. Regular and repeated on a large-scale, leaving critical feeding areas in some part for half a year!

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Plan a Whale Watching Experience with Naturaliste Charters

Published on April 11, 2022 By Kayla Rowe

Even if you think a whale watching experience might not be right for you, I challenge you just to experience it at least once, there is a good chance you will be pleasantly surprised when you see whales and dolphins in the wild.

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Deep Dive into the Whale Anatomy

Published on March 24, 2022 By Kayla Rowe

Whales have inhabited the seas for approximately 34 million years, however they originated from four-legged terrestrial mammals, which foraged in streams. Western Australia is one of the best locations in the world to see the impressive outcomes of whale anatomy in person.

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The Five Senses of the Blue whale

Published on March 15, 2022 By Kayla Rowe

Blue whales are a mysterious species with so much research left to be conducted, due to their elusive nature and the challenges that come with studying them in their ocean environment. Naturaliste Charters conduct Western Australian whale watching tours daily from January through to April at the Bremer Bay Canyon, which is currently the only documented location that killer whales have been recorde

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How do whales sleep?

Published on January 18, 2022 By Pia Markovic

For mammalian creatures that spend all of their lives at sea, they already face a multitude of challenges. None greater than the topic of sleeping. For whales and dolphins who share many similarities to us, such as giving birth to live young and breathing air, they must also get a certain amount of rest. However, the simple act of sleeping isn’t so straightforward for these cetaceans. They can

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