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Master (of Mischief)

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Head of the Bight 2


Again while travelling across the Nullarbor we stopped in on the whale watching area a do no miss spot between May & September



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How excitement wombat. that's great. Was that a killer whale ?



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The joy of the Head of bite was that the baby whales are white and so easy to see. We stood there for hours, got quite sunburnt, and loved every moment. Spouthern Right Whales i think?

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Gerty Dancer wrote:

The joy of the Head of bite was that the baby whales are white and so easy to see. We stood there for hours, got quite sunburnt, and loved every moment. Spouthern Right Whales i think?


 yes GD they are southern right whales, southern without the p, why do they put the o & p so close together biggrinbiggrin



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