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IT’S WHALE SEASON IN FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND – GET TO KNOW THE HUMP-BACK

28 May

humpIt’s whale season in far north Queensland – a time of year when your chances of seeing a whale up close are pretty good. The local reef and tour boat operators have a network of people who report sightings, and even a short boat journey from Cairns might get you a whale moment or several. It is a breath-taking experience, seeing these huge creatures in their environment. But big as they get, they are still vulnerable, with climate change, collisions with boats, and hunting being the major threats.

The humpback whale is the one you’re most likely to see in far north Queensland waters – LISTEN our wildlife correspondent Martin Cohen talk about what we know – and don’t yet know – about humpbacks: their diet, their migration, their love-life:

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Posted by on May 28, 2014 in EFFINCUE, far north Queensland, wildlife and animals, Wildlife Martin Cohen

 

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