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Pectoral Slapping

Pectoral fin slapping which is also known as pec slapping may look like our whales are waving at us but there are many hidden messages in this form of non-verbal whale communication. Pectoral slapping is one of the many favourite surface behaviours to watch amongst whale watchers and often makes a very loud noise as the¬†pectoral fin, which can be up to five meters in length, lands with a mighty splash on the waters surface… lets learn more about The Language of The Whales¬©


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    • Whale Watch Western Australia on March 1, 2018 at 7:00 am

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