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Whale watching in Monterey Bay departing from Moss Landing.
Whale watching in Monterey Bay departing from Moss Landing.

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This is a great article on Killer Whales by National Geographic. Check it out! http://ow.ly/GBBs30hOvH1 #orca #killerwhale #whalewatching
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We love and appreciate our customers! Thank you Deanna. #montereybay #whalewatching
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ALWAYS fun to see the sea otter pups on their mother's chest. Sweet. #montereybay #seaotter
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Do you know if this is a seal or a sea lion? Hint: look at their ears.
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It's a dolphin stampede!
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Can you identify this creature from just its dorsal fin? Sound off!
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Our iconic lovable sea otters! #montereybay
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The average life span of a Pelican in the wild is 10 to 25 years or more.
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A glimpse of all the sea lions you might see as the Sea Goddess heads out to sea from Moss Landing Harbor to go whale watching. #monterey
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This whale is elusive and hard to catch a glimpse of here in Monterey Bay. Do you know what type of whale this is? #montereybay #whales
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