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|A folder of various whales in their natural habitats.||01/02/2006||1,210|
|Some more whales found in the shallows||04/02/2009||3,439|
|Cruise amongst the islands and encounter wildlife in their natural habitat. Introduce yourself to the fascinating world of wild dolphins and whales||08/28/2006||339|
|Marineland Ontario. The large pools are for the Killer Whales. ||09/24/2005||425|
|The Bay of Islands region has the finest maritime park in New Zealand with the 144 Islands and secluded bays. The Bay has an abundance of marine life, including the big marlin, whales, penguins, dolphins, gannets and many other species.||08/28/2006||688|
Phone: (03) 319 5931
Fax: (03) 319 6921
Standard (Multi-share) room: $24.00
Double room: $26.00
Twin room: $26.00
5-17 Years: $18.00
Under 5: $14.00
A beautiful place if your luck have, can to her whales here see.
|Grytviken whaling station on South Georgia was developed in the C19th to process whales caught in the South Atlantic. You can see the tanks to store the oil! It was abandoned as a whaling station in 1965 and the whalers left behind a number of their ships as can be seen. There are some cgood photos at www.galenfrysinger.com/grytviken.htm||06/20/2006||335|
|Also a popular surfing beach on the Northern end Bombo Beach is located just north of the Kiama township, on the Eastern side of the Princes Hwy. Only accomplished surfers should access this spot as it is well known for strong undercurrents and is not advisable for weaker swimmers.|
Whales can often be spotted off the Southern Headland during the migrating season between April &am...
|Akpatok Island lies in Ungava Bay in northern Quebec, Canada. Accessible only by air, Akpatok Island rises out of the water as sheer cliffs that soar 500 to 800 feet (150 to 243 m) above the sea surface. The island is an important sanctuary for cliff-nesting seabirds. Numerous ice floes around the island attract walrus and whales, making Akpatok a traditional hunting ground for native Inuit peo...||10/27/2005||402|
11,500ft - 3,500 m high mountain
aka "The Whale's Back" - from the air, the terrain resembles the back of a whale emerging from the sea
|These 2 shadows look most like a whale or other large sea creature. But the two shadows are each over 200 feet long. The largest Blue Whale on record was 108 feet long. So not a whale. Possibly a submarine? When I first found this, I happened to have the December 2005 edition of National Geographic open on page 76-7 which has an amazing picture of a school of Giant Ichthyosaurs. This GE fi...||04/09/2006||1,064|
| Hours of vivid impressions for all the family. Both indoors and out. It’s a chilling experience walking along the glass tunnel and coming face to face with the rays and the huge and awesome sand tiger sharks. On the other hand, helping to prepare food for the fish and the sharks or going crab fishing with our biologists can be fascinating. |
There are countless opportunities for learnin...
|With over 500 aircraft, Southwest has one of the youngest fleets in the nation, with an average age of approximately nine years. Included in the fleet are three flying killer whales, the “Shamu” aircraft; “Lone Star One,” painted like the Texas flag, to celebrate Southwest Airlines' 20th Anniversary in a style and manner second to none; “Arizona One,” a symbol of the importance of the state of ...||12/14/2007||1,795|