TEREA Gabon teams make the most of whale season

Every summer, between July and September, Gabon is home to one of the world's largest populations of humpback whales.

In June, thousands of humpback whales leave their feeding grounds in Antarctica for the warm waters off the coast of Africa, mainly the Gulf of Guinea, to breed before leaving again in September with their young.

The TEREA Gabon teams were able to take advantage of their presence during an observation trip, allowing them to admire the country's extraordinary biodiversity.

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