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Orca Spirit Whale Watching Adventures
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Experience Whale Watching From Victoria and Vancouver.
Experience Whale Watching From Victoria and Vancouver.

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In this video, we try to demonstrate the love for orcas, humpback whales and all other animals we are lucky to encounter on a daily basis. 
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It may only be November, but we already have heart eyes thinking about next summer! 😍

#POTW #ExperienceTheWild #ExploreBC
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"If you're happy and you know it clap your hands!!" Or wings... whatever works 🎤👏

#RecentSightings #ExploreBC #ExperienceTheWild
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Happy whale-joke Wednesday!
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Did you know?!

Humpbacks dive to about 200 m. They can stay underwater for 30 minutes, but on average their dives only last about 15 minutes. Humpbacks also sing! These whales sing by forcing air through their nasal cavities. While both males and females sing, only the males sing the especially long songs that can typically last for up to 20 minutes, made up of a wide variety of low tones. Some Humpbacks have been known to sing non-stop for over 24 hours. Scientists aren’t sure what the songs (and clicks, grunts, and other noises) mean specifically, whether it’s to woo females, challenge males, or if they serve as a form of echolocation to find food!

#DidYouKnow #ExploreBC #ExperienceTheWild
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What's better than a joke to get you through this hump day? A whale joke!
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Did you know?!

Transient orca are a genetically distinct ecotype of the orca species. They are characterized by living in small matriarchal groups, typically consisting of a female and her offspring. Once offspring are of reproductive age, they may break off from their mother’s group and start their own family, or they may remain with their mother for the rest of their lives!

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Very cool feeding technique shown by humpbacks!
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