24 October 2014

Some of the calves which we saw today kept their mums busy.

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 24 2014

24 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

 

Some of the calves which we saw today kept their mums busy. We spotted some new mothers and calves, but also a few we already know. One calf with white speckles on the back was curious and approached our vessel the Whale Whisperer several times in a row. Some of the Cape Fur seals were chilling on Geyser Rock and the rest of them was playing in the cool water. It looked like one of the African penguin from Dyer Island got lost, he was sitting in between the selas. Every day out at sea is a good day…

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