Friday, May 20, 2016

It's a Whale of a Tale



Gather around children and let me tell you a tale of the Great Blue Whale that was seen right off the coast of MONTEREY. This is a rare sighting - it is unusual for these shy cetaceans to stay on the surface so long - plus they tend to hang out in deeper water. But this year is a special year all along the Pacific coastline, thanks to El Niño. Warmer water has meant an explosion in krill and anchovies and this is exactly what marine life like whales, dolphins, and seals eat. Lately the news has been filled with video of Orcas stalking and dining on seals, dolphins and baby whales. There has been video of dolphin pods racing through Monterey and Half Moon Bays. And last week there were a couple of PODS of humpback whales INSIDE the San Francisco Bay. . . on MY SIDE of the Golden Gate Bridge. This is rare rare RARE as Humpbacks are normally much further out to sea.
But I think NOTHING compares to the sight of a BLUE WHALE. It looks like there are two whales feeding BUT look again - it is ALL ONE whale.
Enjoy this video of the spectacular Blue Whale.
Happy Weekend everypuggy!





Thanks you gowhales.com and Noodle and Mochi's Mom for sharing this incredible video.

7 comments:

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

OMD that is an exciting Video. We love it.

Murphy said...

How cool - an organic siting!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

Two French Bulldogs said...

Awesome
Lily & Edward

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I love whales!
love
tweedles

Sarge said...

Hey Noodles!
Wow, that's so amazing to see! My Mom is going all squeeeeee because she loves whales and blues are the most special. Thanks for sharing this and I'm glad it's hanging out in your territory.
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, Police Commish

The Devil Dog said...

That is so cool! Thank you for sharing!

Roxy & Lucky

Pug Slope said...

Wow! What an amazing creature!

-Love,
Sid.