Humpback whales migrate thousands of miles between their feeding grounds of Antarctica to the warm waters of Tonga to give birth. Mother humpback whales feed their babies more than 50 gallons of nutrient rich fatty milk a day as babies gain more than 100 pounds a day. The mother lives off her fat stores until the baby is strong enough to migrate back to their feeding grounds. Annie Crawley spent time in Tonga with mamas and babies, filming and photographing them to create this beautiful story about humpback whales. She leads trips and would love to introduce you to swimming with humpback whales. Contact her https://www.anniecrawley.com/
The ocean is filled with incredible creatures! Travel with us around the world as we explore different animal adaptations, habitats, and more! See sea turtles, sharks, fish, sea snakes and other marine reptiles, and marine mammals in their natural ocean habitat!
https://www.anniecrawley.com/shop/ Project Kaisei funded two expeditions to the North Pacific Gyre, more commonly known as The Garbage Patch. Annie Crawley of Dive Into Your Imagination joined the expedition for Project Kaisei to document the SEAPLEX expedition aboard the New Horizon a Scripps Institution of Oceanography vessel. The SEAPLEX expedition was led by Chief Scientist and graduate student Miriam Goldstein. The other expedition was aboard the tall ship Kaisei. You can learn more about the voyage at https://www.anniecrawley.com/shop/
http://www.diveintoyourimagination.com/watersports/learn-... Follow J and Rebecca as they take their first breaths underwater when they learn to dive from Annie Crawley. While J originally feared the water, Rebecca wanted nothing more but to jump in and see the incredible ocean habitat... especially dolphins! See their journey from learning how to use SCUBA equipment to becoming full certified divers on their ocean and oil rig dives.