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Humpback Whales

One of the ocean’s most charismatic and well-known travellers of the high seas, humpback whales have come back from the brink of extinction thanks mainly to the efforts of the environmental movement, which started in earnest in the 1950s & continues till this day.

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Kelp Forests

Like their terrestrial counterparts, kelp forests provide home and food sources for an astounding variety of creatures. Long overlooked as a critical habitat to protect, they play a crucial role in carbon sequestration and are increasingly receiving the protection they deserve to thrive.

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Sardine Run

Described by Sir David Attenborough as the greatest gathering of predators on the planet, this annual range extension of sardines and mackerel up the east coast of South Africa is a marine spectacle that you should experience once in your lifetime.

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Blacktip Sharks

A species of requiem shark, Blacktip Sharks are common to coastal tropical and subtropical waters around the world, and easily identified by the prominent black tips on its fins. Although abundant, blacktip sharks are considered near threatened with extinction due to overfishing and habitat destruction.

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The ultimate apex predator, orcas roam the worlds oceans at will, and prey on a wide variety of marine creatures, with specific populations of orcas specialising in certain prey.

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Great White Sharks

An apex predator, these sharks fear nothing except killer whales, who occasionally target them for their livers.

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Cape Fur Seals

Endemic to Southern Africa, these highly social animals are deeply inquisitive and very rarely at rest. Living in colonies of up to ten thousand individuals, they spend their day building social bonds and when hungry, head out into the open ocean to forage for fish and octopus.

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