Half Moon the Humpback Whale
Half Moon is very active in several ways. He has been seen breaching 30 to 40 times with other whales. He has also been seen in the Dominican Republic on Silver Bank, a breeding area nearly 1500 miles away.
Half Moon has very distinctive flipper markings and this helps identify Half Moon when he is with other humpbacks.
Half Moon was named for a nick in his fluke which resembles a half moon.
Half Moon’s History
|Mother: Unknown||First Sighting: 1978|
|Year Of Birth: Unknown||Last Seen: 2012|
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If you adopted Half Moon from any of the Adopt A Whale Programs in the US or UK, you can meet him!
18 minutes of footage of Half Moon and Lambda breaching over and over, more than 30 breaches by both whales. They begin flippering together and you see Half Moon’s very distinctive fluke.