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Double delight in Moreton Bay

By Tanayah Wakefield

Humpback whales are already travelling through Moreton Bay in large numbers as they head up the coast during the northern migration.

Brisbane Whale Watching passengers were treated to a double breach this week off Cape Moreton, as Captain Kerry Lopez explains.

“The whales were within metres of (my vessel) Eyespy and they started showing off by continuously breaching pectoral slapping and tail slapping,” she says.

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