The humpbacks are back to Skjálfandi

The weather has been beautiful this week in Húsavík and the bay is just full of humpback whales. These clumsy but friendly looking whales have been migrating north from their breeding grounds in the carribean.

Christian Schmidt, a guide at North sailing said he had seen between 20 and 30 individual humpbacks on a single trip. He said they seemed to be very hungry and were working together in the feeding process.


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