Get a Glimpse of Humpback Whale Bubble-Net Feeding Behaviors
There’s nothing quite like whale watching. You get to see some of the world’s largest creatures in the wild, and you’ll see sights that you will remember forever. Check out this video to get a glimpse of humpback whale bubble-net feeding behaviors.
In addition to being sensational to see, whales are intelligent creatures. Humpback whales in Alaska are particularly smart. They use a combination of bubbles and their whale songs to scare their prey into a frenzy, in a process called bubble-net feeding. This requires about a dozen whales to work together in perfect synchronization.
You can get a glimpse of whales in their natural habitat when you go whale watching in Plymouth with Captain John Boats. Whale watching tours give you a chance to see these majestic creatures and observe their behaviors first-hand, so give us a call at (508) 927-5575 to book your tour today!
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