#003 Humpback Whales & Bermuda With Andrew Stevenson

#003 Humpback Whales & Bermuda With Andrew Stevenson

Do you want to learn more about humpback whales? One of the largest animals in the world!!! They can span in length to 42-50 feet. If you can’t jump onto Andrew’s boat “Magical Whale” in Bermuda listen in to learn more on these amazing creatures and what is involved in the dedicated research of them.

***photos referenced can be seen on the website www.vetchloe.com***


Above: Andrew and the family dog Rosie, when we all went for a sail (May, Bermuda). Andrew and Rosie are best mates. Rosie loves being out on the water. Andrew swears she can sniff out whales from the scent of their blowhole air, impressive! > Andrew photographing dolphins

Above: Photo I took when out with Uncle Drew on “Magical Whale” of the incredible Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins! We were able to follow a pod of ~15-20. These two were persistently chasing each other. We were not sure why. What grace and power they displayed.

Helpful links:

Andrew’s main website > www.whalesbermuda.com 

Andrew’s drone images website > www.bermudaaerialography.com

Connect on Andrew’s Facebook Page > “The Humpback Whale Research Project, Bermuda”

Andrew’s book “Whale Song, Journeys into the Secret Lives of the North Atlantic Humpbacks”

Andrew’s film “Where The Whales Sing”

BTW (by the way 😉) to follow up on the question raised in the interview, from the trusted Merriam-Webster Dictionary a Cetacean is “any of an order (Cetacea) of aquatic mostly marine mammals that includes the whales, dolphins, porpoises, and related forms and that have a torpedo-shaped nearly hairless body, paddle-shaped forelimbs but no hind limbs, one or two nares opening externally at the top of the head, and a horizontally flattened tail used for locomotion” 👌🏽Now we know!

Thanks for listening! 🚙🌈🙌🏽

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