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Whale Watching Diary

Great! Whale Watching Iceland with Sea Trips Reykjavik, a lovely day out on the water.

Finding porpoises is always a good sign as it means there is food in the area, and the whales and dolphins are often hunting the same fish, or other fish in the food chain there. Because of that we hung around in the area for a little while hoping we’d find any signs a whale might be in the area, for instance like the footprints the pressure of their tail leaves on the water service.

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Whale Watching Diary

Gorgeous! Whale watching trip from Reykjavik was a success with Sea Trips.

We came across some lovely harbour porpoises, similar to small dolphins and in the same family as whales. They played near us for a little while before heading off to go about their porpoise day! Finding porpoises is always a good sign as it means there is food in the area, and the whales and dolphins are often hunting the same fish, or other fish in the food chain there.

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porpoise
Whale Watching Diary

Lovely! Whale watching in Iceland with Sea Trips Reykjavik.

Finding porpoises is always a good sign as it means there is food in the area, and the whales and dolphins are often hunting the same fish, or other fish in the food chain there. So we hung around in the area for a little while hoping we’d find a sign of a whale, for instance like the footprints the pressure of their tail leaves on the water service.

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porpoise
Whale Watching Diary

Gorgeous! Whale watching Iceland trip from Reykjavik was a success with Sea Trips.

We came across some lovely harbour porpoises, similar to small dolphins and in the same family as whales. They played near us for a little while before heading off to go about their porpoise day! Finding porpoises is always a good sign as it means there is food in the area, and the whales and dolphins are often hunting the same fish, or other fish in the food chain there.

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porpoise
Whale Watching Diary

Lovely! Whale watching Iceland trip from Reykjavik was a success with Sea Trips.

It was because of the birds that we found a couple of harbour porpoises, the smallest cetacean we have in these waters. They disappeared very fast which is not surprising as they are notoriously shy, but it also looked as though they were busy with their hunting at that time. Finding porpoises gave us even more hope than the birds that we would find a whale or a dolphin as it showed that there was fish in the area so we kept a sharp lookout.

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