The whale marathon | Magazine PONANT
The whale marathon...

25,000, that’s the number of kilometres travelled by a humpback whale in one year. They move at an average speed of 15 km/h and rise to the surface to breathe every 20 minutes. By expelling air, they create a cloud of vapour which can reach up to 3 metres. Simply put, true endurance champions, don’t you think?

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