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​Up Close and Personal with Tonga's Humpback Whales

Southern humpbacks are undoubtedly the most acrobatic and boisterous of the great whales. They make an epic 3000+ mile migration each year from their feeding grounds in Antarctica to bear their calves, cavort, and conceive next year’s brood in the tropical paradise of Tonga. The almost innumerable small islands and reefs create sheltered waters that are not only ideal for the nurturing of baby whales, but also for swimming with them....read more

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