Why Do Whales Jump out of the Water?

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When a whale jumps out of the water, it is known as breaching the water. Unfortunately, no one really knows why whales jump out of the water from time to time. There are some individuals that think that whales are doing it to play/have a little fun.
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They do this to see what is happening above the water it is not showmanship as it seems to be.
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1. Ski outside the left wake on jumping skis with the boat traveling 22 to 24 mph. Instruct the driver to pass 35 feet to the right of the ramp and parallel to it. 2. Hold the rope
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Its called Breaching and enough people have got it right.
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