Glo the Humpback Whale
Glo is very easy to identify. Notice that half of her left fluke is missing. This happened in 1998 the same year Glo gave birth to Banyon. Sometime after giving birth she was either involved in a ship strike or net entanglement.
Glo is very dramatic while feeding. She kicks the water with her tail, dives under the stunned fish and comes up with a wide-open mouth. Glo probably eats 25-50 pounds of fish with each lunge!
|Mother: Unknown||First Sighting: 1984|
|Year Of Birth: Unknown||Last Seen: 2017|
Glo’s Family Tree
|Calves||Year of Birth||Grandcalves|
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If you adopted Glo from any of the Adopt A Whale Programs in the US or UK, you can meet her!
Volume 10 (Glo is seen feeding with her mouth open swimming right to the boat. Her bottom jaw is distended to an incredible width. You’ll also see her tail full screen.)
A Real Whale Watch Trip – August 28, 2001
We left the pier and about an hour later found several humpback whales. Glo was flippering with her calf, Doric. It looked like Glo was teaching Doric how to do it!
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