The whale is jumping out of the water, sometimes clearing it completely. Very spectacular!
Similar to a breach, but without the rotation slamming their heads down, landing chin first.
Quite an explosive move throwing its tail stock around or slapping its tail on the surface
A fluke up dive is when a whale is lifting its tail out of the water when it dives down
A whale is mugging the boat when it comes right up to us to have a closer look. We cant manouvre during that time.
A curious move, slowly lifting its head out of the water to have a look around. Usually happens during a mugging.
The whale is slapping its very long pectoral fin on the waters surface. usually the whale rolls on its back.
Very rarely seen off the coast of Sydney, but does occasionally happen.
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