The humpback whales are back

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Over the past two weeks there have been 4,500 lucky persons who have been to the Samana Peninsula and visited the humpback whales, El Caribe reports. The whales come here every year, some 1,500 to 2,000 of them. They come to mate and give birth.

Whale-watching boats have to follow a long list of protocols to carry tourists, both local and international, to see the whales. No swimming or diving, no loud noises, no jet skis. These huge creatures can be seen playing with their newborn babies (one ton babies!), and the sights are to be remembered forever.

Read more in Spanish:El Caribe

31 January 2021

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Suddenly the whales wonder and notice that something is different off the coast of Samaná. Where are those annoying humans on boats and stuff? It seems much less this year or so the whales think... What could it be... Hmm... That's one heck of a hide and seek game!