This is the second largest mammal alive just after the Blue whale.
Fin whales can reach up to 20 meters long !
Although it is possible to observe them all year round, we tend to see them more often during the summer months.
The dorsal colour varies from silvery-grey to dark blue.
Alone, more often than not, they can navigate in groups of up to 5 animals.
Crustaceans, small fish and cephalopods are their feeding choices.
They are short divers: 10 to 20 minutes to only 200 meters deep, on average.