Have you seen whales in Liguria?
It is probably a Fin Whale.
The Common Whale is the second largest animal in the world and the only mysticete, that is, a cetacean with baleen instead of teeth, to regularly inhabit the waters of the Ligurian Sea. Its breath reaches 6 meters in height and, for short stretches, it can swim at speeds exceeding 37 km / h. It has a unique peculiarity in all cetaceans: while the left part of the jaw is uniform in color to the rest of the body, the right part is completely white. It is not uncommon to see that our guests refer to the Common Whale when they exclaim: “I have seen some beautiful whales in Liguria”.