Which type of whale is found in India?
Three of the species known to occur in India are baleen whales, specifically the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus), Bryde’s whale (Balaenoptera edeni) and the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae), confirmed through sightings and the assessment of carcasses.
Where can I see whales in India?
Using GetMyBoat to book your next whale watching tour.
- Finishing Point. Alappuzha.
- Kanjiramchira. Alappuzha.
- Nariman Point. Mumbai.
- Starting Point. Alappuzha.
- Colaba. Mumbai.
- Malvan. Maharashtra.
What kills killer whales?
Killer whales are apex predators, which means they have no natural predators. They hunt in packs, much like wolves, which are also at the top of their food chain.