venita. i did take the seasick pills before. i'm actually doing okay so far. >> see you back in a little bit. >> okay. >> really amazing. >> isn't? >> it gets me how they're so huge but graceful. >> what i love. i love that in 2016 we're seeing whales. whales in the bay. these are whales that are endangered species. you never see them in the 60s but now this proliferation of wildlife which speaks to how clean the bay is becoming. >> because we're seeing them alive. not having them washing up. and they're going up? migrating to alaska. >> the grays like to go that way, the humpbacks like to go that way. to see the bay so alive and to see that -- it means it's healthy. pollution less now in san francisco bay than it was in 1849 during the gold rush. because there were so much sediments. the bay was filthy. >> that might be mar ki's boat. >> i didn't realize there were so many people on board. >> look at that. >> a lot of people out there. >> that's a minisubmarine. >> what a perfect day. >> it's a great day to go whale watching in san francisco bay. how cool is that? >> a good day for it.
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