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New record for gray whales in Cabo

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Counts of gray whales and their calves have been fabulous this year with the first week of February being the best in 20 years.  

The whale watching season lasts from mid-December to the end of April as thousands of gray whales migrate to the warm waters of the Baja to give birth.

The highest numbers spotted so far were at the third count, on 03 February in Ojo de Liebre, reaching a total of 2,019 whales - 835 calves and 1,184 adults.

And yesterday, the fifth count of the season, reached a total of 1,992 whales in Ojo de Liebre -  1,175 adults and 817 calves.

Alejandro Del Mazo, the commissioner of CONANP commented that – “conservation actions of  El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve have allowed the recovery of the world population of gray whales, the same animal that was in danger of extinction just a few decades ago”.

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