Brutus (right) and Caesar (left) are two of the largest whales we have sighted in Hervey Bay. Size alone suggests they are females however they did not come close enough to let us find out. They passed slowly by like two great submarines.

Brutus and Caesar


This close-up of Caesar shows the very distinct dorsal colorations. If you look sideways at Caesar's dorsal you can see what looks like a roman face. Hence the names Caesar and Brutus

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