Over the last several decades whale watching has become an amazing form of entertainment for millions of people all over the world who want to get a glimpse of the amazing majestic creatures we all know and love as whales.

Through whale watching numerous countries have been able to improve their economic success while educating people about the importance of whales and other marine mammals in regards to why they are important, how they help our ecosystem and their role in maintaining a balanced oceanic food chain.

Whale watching is the act of observing of whales in their natural habitat (similar in a way to bird watching) which involves spectators standing at the end of a pier or on the deck of a boat with binoculars watching these marine mammals as they live undisturbed in their natural habitat.

While whale watching is most commonly used as a form of recreation, it also serves as an educational and scientific way to study the species without interfering with their habitat or lives.

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