The company of sighting of Cetáceos in its natural environment in Tenerife South, Bonadea II, has posted on its Facebook account a video in which you can see up close a tropical rorcual, also known as rorcual de Eden or rorcual dwarf , swimming in Canary waters. And is that, as indicated in the publication, the company this year is beating Records of sightings of tropical rorquals. "This year it seems that the population that visits the Canary Islands is increasing," they say.
Bonadea II publishes frequently in his social networks images of the different sightings that they have made in their maritime excursions. Your goal is show their clients dolphins, whales and other marine fauna in their natural habitat, besides conserving the ecology and protecting the marine environment.