Articles Tagged ‘whale watching’

Pack the Sunblock When You Whale Watch– For the Whales

Pack the Sunblock When You Whale Watch– For the Whales December 1, 2010 | Eco-Travel, Mexico, San Diego, Travel News | Read More
Some environmentally friendly company will likely be able to put together some sort of sunscreen specially made for whales. It won’t be a moment too soon, according to some new research. In the Gulf of California outside Baja, Mexico, scientists from the Zoological Society of London found that...

Catch a Ride, Tickle a Whale’s Tongue

Catch a Ride, Tickle a Whale’s Tongue August 4, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The Grey Whale (a Baleen class of whale) can grow up to 52 feet long, weigh up to 36 tons, and live an average of fifty to sixty years. The big guys mostly inhabit American and Asian North Pacific waters, though one or two have been recently spotted in the Mediterranean. For a while, the Grey Whale was...