March 23, 2023
Blue whales are the largest animals on our planet in today’s modern times
They feed almost exclusively on krill
They are found in all oceans except tArctic Ocean
There are currently five identifiable and recognized subspecies of Blue whales around the globe.
This species of whales gain their name appropriately for the reason that they are simply a gorgeous blue colour
In the Antarctic, the Blue Whale can reach up to about 110 feet and weigh more than 330,000 pounds.
Blue whales are the loudest animals on the planet capable of producing sounds that can be heard by other blue whales up to 1,000 miles away.
Its poo is described as smelling like a dog’s, with the consistency of bread crumbs- this whale can excrete up to 200 litres of poo in one bowel movement.
Tap on to see some tour operators we consider worthy of visiting to help you on your quest to see Blue Whales (and other Whales) in the wild!
Experience Giants is a tour group based in Timor Leste, Tonga, La Reunion and the Dominican Republic! The tours allow adventurous explorers to swim with these amazing gentle giants.
‘Whale Watching Akureyri’ is based from Akureyri in North Iceland and has experiences a 100% sighting success in summer
Natural World Safaris enable individuals to travel and dive in the warm waters of Sri Lanka with these incredible creatures!