Humpback whale is known for its spectacular breaching, flipper-slapping
and lob tailing. It is easily identified at close range
by its knobbly head and long flippers. The black and white
coloration on the underside of the tail allows scientists
to name individuals all around the world. No two Humpback
whales are exactly alike!
breeding season the Humpback males are known for singing
the longest songs in the animal kingdom. Humpbacks will
approach quite closely, showing little fear of boats and
Humpback whale's back and tail are gray or black with an
spot of white on the throat and belly. It's head which take
one-third of its total body length. Baleen plates numbering
between 270 to 400 are found on each side of the upper jaw.
The plates are relatively short and black or dark gray.