Have you ever been whale watching?

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Have you ever been whale watching?

If you can’t get to see them live this summer – why don’t you check out this great website – www.whalewatchingtv.com.  The site let’s you watch whales and dolphins in the Pacific Ocean off Southern California.

Here is some info that I pulled off their homepage:

“The ONLY place in the world where you can, daily, watch HUGE DOLPHIN HERDS, and BLUE WHALES, the largest animal that ever lived, swimming, LIVE, out on the OPEN OCEAN, without ever leaving your home.  You can SEE and HEAR them UNDERWATER as well!!! SEVEN Cameras onboard, including an UNDERWATER CAM and a HYDROPHONE and a handheld camera with a zoom that is used for viewing the whales.”

What a great way to learn about whales! We are going to spend time viewing it on our next rainy day.

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