Whale Skeleton at Darwin Bay Beach on Genovesa in Galápagos, EC - Encircle Photos

17 Whale Skeleton at Darwin Bay Beach on Genovesa in Galápagos, EC

This whale skeleton at Darwin Bay Beach seemed staged to delight the tourists. But there is little doubt it washed up on shore. An abundance of these giant sea mammals swim around the Galápagos Islands. The orcas, sperm and Bryde’s whales are year-round residents. Humpback and blue whales migrate here from June through December. So, keep a vigilant eye while sailing. Chances are good you will see water shooting from their blowholes accompanied by occasional acrobatic leaps.

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Great Darwin Bay, Genovesa Island, Galápagos, Ecuador

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