A tale of two tails. The marine life in the waters of British Columbia is abundant. On most of the lodge whale watching safari we see orca, humpback whales, sealions, eagles, dolphins, Dall’s porpoise, often black bears and other whale watching boats. The other boats are important as they come from Telegraph Cove on Vancouver Island and we come from the mainland BC. We are in constant radio contact and share location when anything of interest is located. In this case a tail slap from an orca and a dive from a humpback whale. Different shape and diffidently a difference in size.