Hello everyone! Today was a beautiful sunny morning.

We started with a group of more or less 20 False Killer Whales. They were really close to the shore, about 200 m. This species can go up to 6 m long but this ones weren’t so big, so probably it was a group of females and juveniles. As a normal behaviour of this species, they were very curious about the boat.

Then we went to see the Bottlenose Dolphins. The group was quite big, about 40 individuals, so we had some of them feeding  and others socializing. Our lookout then told us that he saw a blow and of we went to see. It was a Fin Whale, it was also feeding and always up and down.

At the way back we found again the Bottlenose Dolphins but this time they were really feeding, very actively, it was very funny to see them chasing the baits.


Vanessa Costa

About Vanessa Costa

Vanessa is Marine Biologist and Marine Wildlife Guide and is responsible for Environmental Conservation at TERRA AZUL. She enjoys being out in the ocean with Wildlife accompanying visitors and collecting field imagery and data for local Cetaceans and Sea Turtles Research & Conservation projects.

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