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There are numerous theories about why humpback whales breach, but I like to think they do it for fun. It's interesting to note that some species breach more during mating season than when they are feeding. Recently, off the coast of southern New South Wales, I saw a breathtaking sight of a large male whale jumping repeatedly for over twenty minutes on a rough and windy day. It was an incredible experience to witness the sheer power and grace of these magnificent creatures.
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There are numerous theories about why humpback whales breach, but I like to think they do it for fun. It's interesting to note that some species breach more during mating season than when they are feeding. Recently, off the coast of southern New South Wales, I saw a breathtaking sight of a large male whale jumping repeatedly for over twenty minutes on a rough and windy day. It was an incredible experience to witness the sheer power and grace of these magnificent creatures.