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es hört nicht auf – it dosn’t stop – não para

Was hört nicht auf? Na die grossen Bartenwale, vormittags Finnwale und nachmittags einen speziellen Bryde,- oder Seiwal.

What dosn’t stop? It’s the big baleen whales that I mean. In the morning we hadfin whales and in the afternoon a special bryde’s or sei whale.

O que que não para? É as grandes baleias de barbas, hoje de manha vimos baleias comuns a atarde baleias tropical ou sardinheira.

balaenoptera physalus

balaenoptera physalus

balaenoptera borealis or balaenoptera edeni

Die Finne ist sehr markant, aber dieser Wal ist uns noch nicht bekannt und er hat uns nicht so nah seinen Kopf gezeigt. So bleibt offen ob es ein Sei oder ein Brydeswal war. Letzterer hat 3 Riefen auf der Kopfoberseite.

The fin was very special, but we don’t know these whale jet and like it didn’t showed very close his head it’s not shor if it was a Sei whale or a Bryde’s whale. A brryde’s whale has 3 ridges on the top of the head.

O dorsal fui muito marcante, mas como a baleia não mostrou a sua cabeça muito perto ficamos na duvida se era uma baleia sardinheira ou uma baleia tropical. Essa última tem 3 cristas longitudinais na cabeça.

Außerdem sahen wir auf beiden Touren gemeine Delfine und Gelbschnabelsturmtaucher.

As well we saw on both trips common dolphins and Corz Shearwaters.

Tambem em ambas as viagens vimos golfinhos comuns e cagarras.

Delphinus delphis

Delphinus delphis und Calonectris diomedea borealis

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