A Closer Look at Humpback Whales
Whale watching can be an exciting experience—not only for the sights, but also for the sounds. They are enjoyable to listen to, but no one knows why they do it. Watch this video for a look at humpback whales.
Humpback whales make sounds that can travel for miles. They slap against the water with their massive bodies as well as “sing” with their larynxes. Whale songs sound like loud moans and squeals, and it is unclear what purpose they serve. Male humpback whales learn from other males and develop new sounds throughout their lives.
Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours provides fishing charters and whale watching serving Plymouth. We offer Pollack fishing as well as flounder fishing, and our whale watching tours are always exciting. Feel free to visit our website or call us at (508) 927-5575 to find out more about our tours.
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