1. YES TO ORCAS, NO TO SALMON FARMS!

    Dr . Paul Spong is a neuroscientist and cetacean specialist that has been studying killer whales (orcas) in British Columbia , Canada , for 30 years . He is the founder of the OrcaLab Dr . Spong is responsible for much of what we know about orcas today . This should not be taken lightly . If you care about whales , you must understand the impacts salmon farms have on the oceans . Stop buying farmed salmo . . .

  2. Shaka Diver

    Tag a friend you would want to be in the boat with . These are fin whales . Here’s a few fun facts: 1 . Fin whales are the second largest animals on the planet reaching up to 85 feet in length . 2 . They are baleen whales and filter feed for their food . 3 . They can eat up to two tons of krill , sardines , cod herring and mackerel a day . 4 . Fin whales are the fastest knowing whale species swimming . . .

  3. #StopIcelandWhaling

    125 endangered fin whales (138 whales in total including the unborn calves) have been killed by Icelandic harpoons . How can we stand by and watch , as one of the most majestic creatures on earth is killed for quite literally no reason? How can we embrace the “Inspired By Iceland” campaign - asking us to pledge to be responsible tourists - when the government is not holding up their end of the b . . .

  4. Shawn Heinrichs

    Imagine a " heat run " where 18 humpback whales charge right through you , full speed and in hot pursuit of a female . The ocean trembles with the incredible energy and intensity of these massive whales ! 🐋💥 As the largest marine mammals , whales play a critical role in keeping our oceans healthy . They prevent species over-population , regulate food systems and combat climate change . We need all of . . .

  5. Whale Love

    There is nothing more touching , more heart-opening in all the oceans , and perhaps in all nature , than to be graced by the presence and feel the love between a mother humpback whale and her calf . We must breathe in that love and ignite it with passion to protect these gentle and vulnerable beings . Whales are under intense threat from ocean pollution , mercury contamination , ship strikes , naval sonar . . .