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Baja Whale Expeditions
Whale Watching Baja California Sur Mexico Pacific and Sea of Cortez
Whale Watching Baja California Sur Mexico Pacific and Sea of Cortez
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Ultra-Rare White Whale. There are currently three white humpback whales that are known to travel past Australia as they head north from the Antarctic Ocean. A fluke of genetics can produce animals with no pigment at all - albinos - or creatures that are mostly white.
Check the video at our website >>>  http://bcs-mx.com/albino-whale
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One of nature’s most delightful sights - the migration of whales from the frigid waters of the Arctic to the warm, calm waters surrounding the Baja Peninsula.
Of the 11 species of whales found worldwide, eight venture to the waters off Los Cabos, including minke, bryde, fin, sei, humpback, gray and blue.

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Whale watching the Argentina way :) in front of Puerto Madryn a coast city in the province of Chubut in Argentine Patagonia Right Whales lift the kayak out of the water - Playful booger, eh??
In the 17-19th centuries, Right Whales were hunted close to extinction. Today all species of Right Whales are on the endangered list and protected internationally.

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Baja California, Sea of Cortez side  of the peninsula. Never seen a wake-boarder having the pleasure.
A school of dolphins get's first passed by the boat towing a wake-boarder and after that closing in on them again.

#SeaofCortez #Wakebaord #Dolphin  

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Moments before being struck in the head, 20-year-old Chelsea Crawford, a Canadian currently living in Baja California, Mexico lamented the not being able to have the opportunity to touch a whale before the trip was over.
http://bcs-mx.com/whale-slapped

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It's almost as exciting to watch the people that check out the whales as watching the whales self... :)

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Our old website - it's gone... Long live the new Website ;-) Just a look back on how it used to look like....
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