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Season starts: See the whales in Moreton Bay

By Tanayah Wakefield

Young, playful southern humpback whales are on their way to Moreton Bay, swimming ahead of the more than 30,000 gentle giants who are expected to travel along our coastline in the coming months.

Brisbane Whale Watching tours begin tomorrow, June 11, and Captain Kerry Lopez says an entertaining start the season is expected with her southern counterparts reporting plenty of lively activity.

“The juniors are coming through first and they like to play around a lot. They’re clowns,” Kerry says.

“There’s a lot of breaching, tail slapping and peck slapping.”

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