“Wrong-way Humphrey”

“SAN FRANCISCO — Humphrey, the Humpback Whale that became an international celebrity during its 26-day journey across California, plunged under the Golden Gate Bridge Monday and headed home.

Saluting its fans as it departed, the 40-foot whale glided several hundred yards off San Francisco’s waterfront, surfacing every few minutes to the cheers of hundreds of spectators.

Then, escorted by a flotilla of 20 private vessels and U.S. Navy gun boats, Humphrey swam under the fog-shrouded bridge at 4:35 p.m. and returned to the Pacific Ocean” (Archives of) Los Angeles Times  … more

Humpback Whales live 45-50 years – so Humphrey could still be out there swimming the Oceans but our tribute to Humphrey and to support the dangers they face from Cargo and other Ghost Netting – for Sale on Ebay –  would love to find a new home in the next week and all money will go to World Cetacean Alliance

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