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Old Thursday 25th June 2020, 17:05   #1
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Humpback whales question

Yesterday I noticed two humpback whales breaching together rather far away.
At one point around 42 seconds into the video, one whale breached and then another one did right in the same spot. I wonder if this was some kind of aggression or it happened just by an accident. It is hard to see, because the whales were very far away, but hopefully you still will be able to see them
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Old Thursday 25th June 2020, 17:54   #2
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Some sort of synchronised display / play / dancing, rather than aggression?

Very impressive despite the distance!
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