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Six gray whales captured in Newport Beach

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Published on January 23, 2020 - Duration: 00:54s

Six gray whales captured in Newport Beach

Gray whales continue their migration into the warmer waters of Baja California, Mexico.

Video source: Newport Coastal Adventure

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Six gray whales captured in Newport Beach

VIDEO SHOWS: DRONE FOOTAGE OF SIX GRAY WHALES SHOWS: NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES (JANUARY 22, 2020) (NEWPORT COASTAL ADVENTURE - MUST NOT OBSCURE LOGO / NO RESALE) 1.

SIX GRAY WHALES THROWING WATER FROM THEIR SPOUTS 2.

WHALE JUMPING OUTSIDE WATER AND MAKING A PIROUETTE 3.

THREE WHALES THROWING WATER FROM THEIR SPOUTS 4.

WHALES SWIMMING WHILE ONE OF THEM JUMPS OUTSIDE THE WATER 5.

WHALE JUMPING FROM WATER AND MAKING A PIROUETTE 6.

WHALE BREATHING AND REFLECTING RAINBOWS OVER THEIR SPOUTS STORY: Drone footage of six gray whales was captured on Wednesday (January 22) in Newport Beach, California during their annual migration down to the warm lagoons in Baja California, Mexico.

Gray whales have the longest migration of any mammal, travelling 12,000 round trip from their feeding grounds in the Arctic to their calving grounds in Baja California, Mexico The gray whale migration can usually be viewed in Southern California from late November into April.

"We had an awesome experience on our whale watching boats today as six south-bound migrating gray whales appeared about 5 miles off the coast of Newport Harbour", naturalist and photographer Kristin Campbell said on board.

"We noticed some of the whales rolling around, touching bellies and one whale proceeded to breach up to 7 times right in front of us!" (Production: Mariana Sandoval)

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