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SEA Currents: SSV Corwith Cramer

August 06, 2018

Whale Watch

Xava Abraham & Ben Moya, Weston High School & Teaneck High School

SEA Semester

Today we went on the Plymouth Whale Watch. While boating out to the shelf, where whales usually to go get food, we saw a calf and her mother. The mom's name was Venom and was nursing the baby whale, Diad. It was cool to see real life things that we had been learning in the classroom. We saw two humpback whales with their babies and a minke whale. The second humpback whale we saw was hunting small fish and it was interesting to see how the whales use their baleen to filter feed. Overall, the whale watch was an fun and educational trip where we learned a lot about whales and their history. 

- Xava Abraham, Weston High School
- Ben Moya, Teaneck High School

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#1. Posted by Seabury Family on August 07, 2018

Hey SEASCape crew,
You have all seen, experienced and accomplished more in the short time you have been there than many people have in their lifetimes!  Way to go! Keep up the good work.



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