Marine Species in Los Cabos

Marine Species in Los Cabos

By Jesus Albavera Alvarez

There is such a host of marine species in Los Cabos that you can’t see them all in just one visit. Some of the most characteristic marine residents you can find in this tourist destination are: blue marlin, snapper, grouper, tarpon, rooster fish, among others.

You will also find a wide variety of whale species, since they migrate to Los Cabos more than any other place in the world. Whale watching in Los Cabos is a very popular and unique experience and is something that can be done from the beach or from a boat.

Every year in early October there is a sure sign of the changing of the seasons that happens in this part of the country: the migration of hundreds of whales. They come from the icy waters of the Arctic and migrate to the cool streams of northern Mexico. Of the eleven species of whales known in the world, eight come to Mexican coasts. Among these are the Minke, Bryde’s, Sei, humpback, gray and black whale. It’s definitely a spectacle that you can’t miss.

 

Especies Marinas en Los Cabos

Por JesusAlbaveraAlvarez

En Los Cabos existe una variedad de especies marinas tan extensa que no podrás conocerlas todas en una sola visita. Alguno de los residentes marinos más característicos que podrás encontrar en este destino turístico son: marlín azul, pargo, mero, tarpón, pez gallo, entre otros.

También encontrarás una amplia variedad de especies de ballenas, ya que emigran a Los Cabos más que a cualquier otro lugar del mundo. El avistamiento de ballenas en Los Cabos es una experiencia conocida a nivel mundial y es algo que se puede realizar desde las playas o desde una embarcación.

Cada año a principios de otoño ocurre en esta zona del país un signo inequívoco del cambio de estación: la migración de cientos de ballenas. Estas vienen desde las heladas aguas del Ártico hasta las frescas corrientes del norte mexicano. De las once especies de ballenas conocidas en el mundo, ocho llegan a costas mexicanas. Entre estas se encuentran la ballena minke, bryde, sei, jorobada, gris y azul. Sin duda es un espectáculo que no puedes perderte.

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