• Military helicopters in Bar Harbor

    On Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, two helicopters (a Bell AH-1W SuperCobra and a Bell UH-1Y Venom) made a quick visit to Bar Harbor. The SuperCobra landed at the town athletic fields to retrieve a cell phone one of the crew had left at a local restaurant earlier in the afternoon. Footage courtesy of Kate Hall Jordan.

    published: 19 Nov 2017
  • Bar Harbor RV Park & Marina

    Spring 2015 Drone Video By: Joe Cerreta

    published: 10 Jul 2015
  • Humpback Whale Watching in Bar Harbor, Maine

    This is some video clips and photographs of our trip with Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company. We had great weather and just after arriving at the area, we happened upon a mother and her 8 or 9 month old calf. The calf put on a show for us, rolling around and slapping the surface of the water with its fins. We also got to see a group of 4 adults but unfortunately they were mostly viewed by the other side of the boat.

    published: 23 Sep 2011
  • PILOT BOARDING COMPILATION Safehaven Marine

    Pilot boarding compilation by pilot boat builders Safehaven Marine

    published: 01 Sep 2009
  • Yacht in rough seas.mp4

    Yacht entering harbour in rough seas. Very skillfull helmsman!

    published: 05 Feb 2011
  • Whale Watching Bar Harbor ME 2010

    Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector

    published: 28 Jul 2010
  • Conservationists and Tourists Go On a Whale Watching Adventure in Bar Harbor, Maine

    By Video Journalist Waldo Cabrera We travel up north to visit Bar Harbor, Maine, near Acadia National Park, and it's a beautiful day to take a boat out for whale watching. A naturalist from Bar Harbor Whale Watch tells us how whales came to be so abundant in the area. It turns out that a current stemming from Nova Scotia rushes to Maine and produces a large number of plankton for whales to feed on. Whale watching is not just for sightseeing. Scientists observe and document environmental and ocean patterns. As for tracking whales, they follow them by recognizing the different tails. Featured Interviews: Zack Klyver, Naturalist Bar Harbor Whale Watch Co. For more information visit: www.BarHarborWhales.com Get DVD of this story - for Personal Use - at http://www.MyLITV.com/DVD

    published: 04 Oct 2014
  • 13 Craziest Ocean Catches

    FIshing can be fun as long as you don't catch a bizarre mysterious sea creature! Here are 13 of the craziest ocean catches ever recorded. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. Basket Star Fishing expert Ramlan Salm pulled something out of the water that he assumed was seaweed. When he eventually got the catch onto his boat, he realized that it was moving around like an alien. Luckily he captured a video of the strange creature to go along with his unbelievable story. After experts had examined the footage they surmised that the creature must be a basket star, an invertebrate related to a starfish. Basket stars have five arms that sprout smaller appendages over time. The ocean dwellers have the ability to regrow their limbs if anything ever breaks them off. 7. Chimera Lobste...

    published: 13 Jan 2017
  • Port Harbor Marine Boat Club

    Learn more about Port Harbor Marine at http://www.portharbormarine.com.

    published: 18 Jun 2009
  • Port Harbor Marine

    Port Harbor Marine is the states largest and most progressively managed marine dealer with an excellent reputation for quality and reliability, and we need crewmembers willing to adopt this kind of dedication if we hope to reach our goals. The company expects each crewmember to be concerned about the firms efficient growth, good customer relations, crewmembers and the right of the company to achieve its fair and just objectives. Learn more about Port Harbor Marine at http://www.portharbormarine.com.

    published: 24 Apr 2009
  • Whale watching Bar Harbor, Maine.

    published: 05 Feb 2017
  • Whale watch out of Bar Harbor, Maine on the Atlanticat, August 2, 2011 - Part 2

    Trip was foggy and gnarly for nearly 2 hours til this magic happened.... The humpback whale thrashing her tail is a 'Spoon' - first identified by researchers in 1977.

    published: 05 Aug 2011
  • Chummy Rich: Maine Boat Builder- Dobbs Productions, Bar Harbor,Maine

    Chummy Rich is a fifth generation boat builder from Bernard, Maine. Like his forebears going back to the 1800's, he is a master of the craft of building wooden boats. In this thirty minute film, Chummy, with his one of a kind Downeast narrative, takes us from lofting to launching as he and his crew from Bass Harbor Boat build the 28 foot wooden cabin cruiser Andromeda. The film was written by Gunner Hansen, with the music scored by Bob Bowman. Narration by Joe Marshall. It was filmed, produced and edited by Dobbs Productions with support from the Tremont Historical Society.

    published: 27 Nov 2013
  • Bar Harbor Blue Whale Sighting- F/V Linda Sea- 9/4/2014

    We received a report of a blue whale sighting in the central Gulf of Maine on Sept 4, 2014, from the tuna fishing vessel F/V Linda Sea. This is one of very few sightings of a blue whale in the Gulf of Maine, and the first known sighting out of Bar Harbor. Credit for the video goes to Captain John Stanley and Crew Gene Thurston. NOTE: The harpoon visible in the last section is a tuna fishing harpoon.

    published: 20 Apr 2015
  • bar harbor, maine

    www.accidentaltourguide.blogspot.com i do not own the rights to this music.

    published: 26 Jul 2013
  • Whale of a time

    Whale watching off of Bar Harbor, Maine.

    published: 27 Aug 2009
  • Exclusive Preview of Bar Harbor: Maine’s Coastal Jewel!

    Jeff visits the picturesque New England town of Bar Harbor to learn the ways of catching and preparing authentic Maine lobster. Then, adventure awaits in luscious Acadia National Park where Jeff attempts to scale Cadillac Mountain. Subscribe to "Ocean Treks" Channel HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksYouTube Like "Ocean Treks" on Facebook HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksFB Follow "Ocean Treks" on Twitter HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksYouTube Follow "Ocean Treks" on Instagram HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksInsta Visit "Ocean Treks" website HERE: bit.ly/LittonWeekend

    published: 26 Sep 2016
  • Whale Watching in Bar Harbor Maine

    This was really fun and in this video you get to see a baby whale and at the end Ciphor which is its mother

    published: 12 Aug 2009
  • Military helicopter lands on ball field, onlookers floored to learn what one marine did

    Military helicopter lands on ball field, onlookers floored to learn what one marine did SOURCE :http://madworldnews.com/military-helicopter-field-marine/ In Bar Harbor, Maine, local residents were minding their own business one recent afternoon when they suddenly heard the sound of approaching helicopters. After taking a closer look, they realized that a military helicopter had landed on a nearby ...

    published: 22 Nov 2017
  • Port Harbor Marine, Maine

    Port Harbor Marine, Maine

    published: 24 Jun 2011
  • Whale Watch in Bar Harbor Maine

    published: 26 Sep 2016
  • 81 cruisers inc bar harbor

    cruisers inc bay harbor

    published: 25 Jan 2012
  • Bar Harbor Whales- Basking Shark Close-up!

    We found a basking shark on a gorgeous, calm summer day. Sometimes they are very skittish, but not this day! This filter-feeding shark hangs out near the sea surface and has modified gills called gill-rakers that filter tiny food particles from the ocean.

    published: 17 Apr 2015
  • Pilot Whales on Maine Audubon Pelagic out of Bar Harbor on 9/17/17 (Washington Co.), ME

    Video taken on 9/17/17 with my Canon SX50 HS.

    published: 26 Sep 2017
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Military helicopters in Bar Harbor
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Military helicopters in Bar Harbor

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On Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, two helicopters (a Bell AH-1W SuperCobra and a Bell UH-1Y Venom) made a quick visit to Bar Harbor. The SuperCobra landed at the town athletic fields to retrieve a cell phone one of the crew had left at a local restaurant earlier in the afternoon. Footage courtesy of Kate Hall Jordan.
https://wn.com/Military_Helicopters_In_Bar_Harbor
Bar Harbor RV Park & Marina
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Bar Harbor RV Park & Marina

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Spring 2015 Drone Video By: Joe Cerreta
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Humpback Whale Watching in Bar Harbor, Maine
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Humpback Whale Watching in Bar Harbor, Maine

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This is some video clips and photographs of our trip with Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company. We had great weather and just after arriving at the area, we happened upon a mother and her 8 or 9 month old calf. The calf put on a show for us, rolling around and slapping the surface of the water with its fins. We also got to see a group of 4 adults but unfortunately they were mostly viewed by the other side of the boat.
https://wn.com/Humpback_Whale_Watching_In_Bar_Harbor,_Maine
PILOT BOARDING COMPILATION Safehaven Marine
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PILOT BOARDING COMPILATION Safehaven Marine

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Pilot boarding compilation by pilot boat builders Safehaven Marine
https://wn.com/Pilot_Boarding_Compilation_Safehaven_Marine
Yacht in rough seas.mp4
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Yacht in rough seas.mp4

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Yacht entering harbour in rough seas. Very skillfull helmsman!
https://wn.com/Yacht_In_Rough_Seas.Mp4
Whale Watching Bar Harbor ME 2010
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Whale Watching Bar Harbor ME 2010

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Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector
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Conservationists and Tourists Go On a Whale Watching Adventure in Bar Harbor, Maine
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Conservationists and Tourists Go On a Whale Watching Adventure in Bar Harbor, Maine

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By Video Journalist Waldo Cabrera We travel up north to visit Bar Harbor, Maine, near Acadia National Park, and it's a beautiful day to take a boat out for whale watching. A naturalist from Bar Harbor Whale Watch tells us how whales came to be so abundant in the area. It turns out that a current stemming from Nova Scotia rushes to Maine and produces a large number of plankton for whales to feed on. Whale watching is not just for sightseeing. Scientists observe and document environmental and ocean patterns. As for tracking whales, they follow them by recognizing the different tails. Featured Interviews: Zack Klyver, Naturalist Bar Harbor Whale Watch Co. For more information visit: www.BarHarborWhales.com Get DVD of this story - for Personal Use - at http://www.MyLITV.com/DVD
https://wn.com/Conservationists_And_Tourists_Go_On_A_Whale_Watching_Adventure_In_Bar_Harbor,_Maine
13 Craziest Ocean Catches
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13 Craziest Ocean Catches

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  • Updated: 13 Jan 2017
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FIshing can be fun as long as you don't catch a bizarre mysterious sea creature! Here are 13 of the craziest ocean catches ever recorded. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. Basket Star Fishing expert Ramlan Salm pulled something out of the water that he assumed was seaweed. When he eventually got the catch onto his boat, he realized that it was moving around like an alien. Luckily he captured a video of the strange creature to go along with his unbelievable story. After experts had examined the footage they surmised that the creature must be a basket star, an invertebrate related to a starfish. Basket stars have five arms that sprout smaller appendages over time. The ocean dwellers have the ability to regrow their limbs if anything ever breaks them off. 7. Chimera Lobsterman Alan Robinson headed out to sea from Bar Harbor, Maine in 2006, hoping to get a good haul. He ended up with a find that is considered a natural phenomenon. This lobster lacks blue and yellow pigment on one side of its body, resulting in its remarkably perfect color scheme. Lobsters often have uneven pigmentation, but such a perfect color divide is a one in a million occurrence. The crustacean eventually ended up in Maine’s Mount Desert Oceanarium. 6. Frilled Shark Fishers were completely freaked out when their trawler’s net caught a frilled shark in late January 2015 off the coast of Australia. The horrific looking creature was around five feet long and had rows of needle-like teeth in a gaping mouth. The crew had never seen anything like it in their lives. They are rarely observed in nature and are almost never caught as a living specimen. It’s one of the few remaining in its family and can be traced back 80 million years. Frilled sharks can be found throughout the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and typically live at very dark depths as low as five thousand feet. 5. Three Opah Fish Seaside restaurants offer Opah fish on their menus thanks to the fact that they occasionally get caught in commercial fishermen's nets. Sports fisherman have also been known to find them accidentally, but the occurrence is very rare. There is no commercial market for these fish because they don’t swim in large schools. Anglers Armando Castillo, Joe Ludlow, and Travis Savala caught not one, but three opah fish on the same day during a trip in early August of 2014. The humongous fish weighed 151, 180 and 124 pounds respectively and were caught 125 miles southeast of San Diego. 4. Return to Sender Teenager Terra Gallo was visiting her aunt on Monhegan Island in Maine in 2014 when she and her sister, Nola, decided to do an experiment. They tossed ten bottles into the ocean to see if any would be found. A few months later they received a reply from Cape Elizabeth, which was about 50 miles from the island. The pair didn’t hear back from any of the other bottles and eventually forgot about their test. In May of this year, the girls were stunned to get a second reply, and this one was from a little farther away. A fisherman clear across the ocean in Spain found the bottle in 2015 and finally got around to writing a letter back to the two girls, who were shocked and thrilled to get a second reply. The other eight bottles are presumably floating along somewhere in the ocean’s current. 3. Albino Swell Shark A fisherman pulled a bizarre looking creature out of the ocean near Cabo, Mexico earlier this year. The pink alien looking creature turned out to be an albino swell shark. The rare find had a massive belly with strange eyes. After catching the rare animal, the fisherman released the shark back into its ocean home. Swell sharks are known to engorge themselves with air to make it difficult for predators to swallow them, which explains the unusual creatures puffed up belly. 2. Fisherman Catches Friend's Skull While trawling near the mouth of the River Tyne, about 280 miles north of London in December of 2006 fisherman, Barry Hunter found part of a human skull that belonged to Brian Allison. Hunter had known Allison, and the two were friends, according to Hunter. Allison and his brother were the only two people on board their trawler when it sank during rough weather on November 17, 2004. The wreckage of the boat was eventually found but, despite an extensive search neither body was ever recovered. 1. Marine Park Shark A fisherman at a port near Awashima Marine Park alerted park staff that he had spotted an odd eel-like creature swimming nearby. After combing through the ocean, workers caught a five foot long female frilled shark that was still alive, though appeared to be in bad shape. Staffers moved the creature to a large seawater pool and filmed the rare catch swimming and opening its mouth. Unfortunately, the shark passed away shortly after it was put in the pool. Experts at the park, which is located south of Tokyo, theorized that the shark came close to the surface because it was sick.
https://wn.com/13_Craziest_Ocean_Catches
Port Harbor Marine Boat Club
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Port Harbor Marine Boat Club

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Learn more about Port Harbor Marine at http://www.portharbormarine.com.
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Port Harbor Marine
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Port Harbor Marine

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2009
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Port Harbor Marine is the states largest and most progressively managed marine dealer with an excellent reputation for quality and reliability, and we need crewmembers willing to adopt this kind of dedication if we hope to reach our goals. The company expects each crewmember to be concerned about the firms efficient growth, good customer relations, crewmembers and the right of the company to achieve its fair and just objectives. Learn more about Port Harbor Marine at http://www.portharbormarine.com.
https://wn.com/Port_Harbor_Marine
Whale watching Bar Harbor, Maine.
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Whale watching Bar Harbor, Maine.

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  • Updated: 05 Feb 2017
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https://wn.com/Whale_Watching_Bar_Harbor,_Maine.
Whale watch out of Bar Harbor, Maine on the Atlanticat, August 2, 2011 - Part 2
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Whale watch out of Bar Harbor, Maine on the Atlanticat, August 2, 2011 - Part 2

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  • Updated: 05 Aug 2011
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Trip was foggy and gnarly for nearly 2 hours til this magic happened.... The humpback whale thrashing her tail is a 'Spoon' - first identified by researchers in 1977.
https://wn.com/Whale_Watch_Out_Of_Bar_Harbor,_Maine_On_The_Atlanticat,_August_2,_2011_Part_2
Chummy Rich: Maine Boat Builder- Dobbs Productions, Bar Harbor,Maine
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Chummy Rich: Maine Boat Builder- Dobbs Productions, Bar Harbor,Maine

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  • Updated: 27 Nov 2013
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Chummy Rich is a fifth generation boat builder from Bernard, Maine. Like his forebears going back to the 1800's, he is a master of the craft of building wooden boats. In this thirty minute film, Chummy, with his one of a kind Downeast narrative, takes us from lofting to launching as he and his crew from Bass Harbor Boat build the 28 foot wooden cabin cruiser Andromeda. The film was written by Gunner Hansen, with the music scored by Bob Bowman. Narration by Joe Marshall. It was filmed, produced and edited by Dobbs Productions with support from the Tremont Historical Society.
https://wn.com/Chummy_Rich_Maine_Boat_Builder_Dobbs_Productions,_Bar_Harbor,Maine
Bar Harbor Blue Whale Sighting- F/V Linda Sea- 9/4/2014
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Bar Harbor Blue Whale Sighting- F/V Linda Sea- 9/4/2014

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2015
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We received a report of a blue whale sighting in the central Gulf of Maine on Sept 4, 2014, from the tuna fishing vessel F/V Linda Sea. This is one of very few sightings of a blue whale in the Gulf of Maine, and the first known sighting out of Bar Harbor. Credit for the video goes to Captain John Stanley and Crew Gene Thurston. NOTE: The harpoon visible in the last section is a tuna fishing harpoon.
https://wn.com/Bar_Harbor_Blue_Whale_Sighting_F_V_Linda_Sea_9_4_2014
bar harbor, maine
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bar harbor, maine

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www.accidentaltourguide.blogspot.com i do not own the rights to this music.
https://wn.com/Bar_Harbor,_Maine
Whale of a time
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Whale of a time

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Exclusive Preview of Bar Harbor: Maine’s Coastal Jewel!
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Exclusive Preview of Bar Harbor: Maine’s Coastal Jewel!

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Jeff visits the picturesque New England town of Bar Harbor to learn the ways of catching and preparing authentic Maine lobster. Then, adventure awaits in luscious Acadia National Park where Jeff attempts to scale Cadillac Mountain. Subscribe to "Ocean Treks" Channel HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksYouTube Like "Ocean Treks" on Facebook HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksFB Follow "Ocean Treks" on Twitter HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksYouTube Follow "Ocean Treks" on Instagram HERE: bit.ly/OceanTreksInsta Visit "Ocean Treks" website HERE: bit.ly/LittonWeekend
https://wn.com/Exclusive_Preview_Of_Bar_Harbor_Maine’S_Coastal_Jewel
Whale Watching in Bar Harbor Maine
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Whale Watching in Bar Harbor Maine

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This was really fun and in this video you get to see a baby whale and at the end Ciphor which is its mother
https://wn.com/Whale_Watching_In_Bar_Harbor_Maine
Military helicopter lands on ball field, onlookers floored to learn what one marine did
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Military helicopter lands on ball field, onlookers floored to learn what one marine did

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Military helicopter lands on ball field, onlookers floored to learn what one marine did SOURCE :http://madworldnews.com/military-helicopter-field-marine/ In Bar Harbor, Maine, local residents were minding their own business one recent afternoon when they suddenly heard the sound of approaching helicopters. After taking a closer look, they realized that a military helicopter had landed on a nearby ...
https://wn.com/Military_Helicopter_Lands_On_Ball_Field,_Onlookers_Floored_To_Learn_What_One_Marine_Did
Port Harbor Marine, Maine
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Port Harbor Marine, Maine

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Whale Watch in Bar Harbor Maine
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Whale Watch in Bar Harbor Maine

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https://wn.com/Whale_Watch_In_Bar_Harbor_Maine
81 cruisers inc bar harbor
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81 cruisers inc bar harbor

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cruisers inc bay harbor
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Bar Harbor Whales- Basking Shark Close-up!
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Bar Harbor Whales- Basking Shark Close-up!

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We found a basking shark on a gorgeous, calm summer day. Sometimes they are very skittish, but not this day! This filter-feeding shark hangs out near the sea surface and has modified gills called gill-rakers that filter tiny food particles from the ocean.
https://wn.com/Bar_Harbor_Whales_Basking_Shark_Close_Up
Pilot Whales on Maine Audubon Pelagic out of Bar Harbor on 9/17/17 (Washington Co.), ME
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Pilot Whales on Maine Audubon Pelagic out of Bar Harbor on 9/17/17 (Washington Co.), ME

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Video taken on 9/17/17 with my Canon SX50 HS.
https://wn.com/Pilot_Whales_On_Maine_Audubon_Pelagic_Out_Of_Bar_Harbor_On_9_17_17_(Washington_Co.),_Me