They filmed a function of spinner dolphins, melon-headed whales, and bottlenose dolphins. Until Doc’s group speckled a biggest whale nonetheless – a Bryde’s whale. Along with other sea mammals and a biggest fish in a world, a whale shark, Bryde’s whales were once wanted in Pamilacan. After what seemed like years of “absence” from Bohol’s seas, a Bryde’s whale sighting was finally reported by researchers in 2010. And as Born to be Wild’s footage shows, a Bryde’s whale is indeed behind in Bohol.
But a doubt stays – where is a blue whale that a group documented a year ago? The blue whale is a largest quadruped to have ever existed on earth, and in a Philippines, it has usually been rigourously documented a few times. Last year, Born to be Wild showed Philippine viewers what was afterwards a many endless footage of a blue whale in a possess waters. This year, Doc Nielsen and a group consternation if a blue whale will aspect again, for a some-more minute observation.
Suddenly, they see a portion or “tail” that appears to be a same distance as their boat, if not bigger. A portion this large can usually meant one thing. Don’t skip a grand culmination of The Born Expeditions’ “Tale of Two Whales” this Wednesday night on GMA-7′s Born to be Wild after Saksi.