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PEC SLAP!

Our humpbacks were so relaxed yesterday! We had a large group with two mother calf pairs and their escorts that were frolicking at the surface right beside the vessel! The group put on a show of pec slaps and ventral activity for kilometres! One of the sub-adults started showing off and BREACHED, doing a complete turn for us right at the bow of the boat! Our sunset tour also did NOT disappoint! A calf was fluke slapping just off the coastline and as we cruised towards the pair they came closer and closer! The sun was glistening on their backs as they arched up to dive down below the bow over and over. To top it off the coast glowed bright orange as the sun set over the pay! Amazing day for whale watching in Dunsborough! 

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