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Today the orcas were extremely sociable in the morning, and travelling in a group in the afternoon!
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Today the orcas were extremely sociable in the morning, and travelling in a group in the afternoon!

Orca Guardians Iceland added 3 new photos.

The orcas were so close to land today - people could watch them from the shore!
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The orcas were so close to land today - people could watch them from the shore!

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Our friends from Special Tours in Reykjavík spotted the group of Dauntless (SN030) today! Dauntless' core group consists of 4 members, all of which were present in this encounter. This is exciting news as we have seen Dauntless' group here at Snaefellsnes only 4 days ago. As we see this group quite often during the early summertime, we always assumed that they would stick around the peninsula at this time of year. Great to know how far down South they are actually going, and even better to find out through non-invasive methods!
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A day to remember ! Sightings of humpback whales, minke whales and ORCAS !! It is always a very special moment to see those enormous toothed whales in the wild <3 www.specialtours.is

Our friends from Special Tours in Reykjavík spotted the group of Dauntless (SN030) today! Dauntless core group consists of 4 members, all of which were present in this encounter. This is exciting news as we have seen Dauntless group here at Snaefellsnes only 4 days ago. As we see this group quite often during the early summertime, we always assumed that they would stick around the peninsula at this time of year. Great to know how far down South they are actually going, and even better to find out through non-invasive methods!
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