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ID: 05/261A
Gender: Female
First sighting: 2005

Fluke was first seen with a calf in Walker Bay. She has since gone on to have another two calves.

Besides the unique callosity pattern on her head, Fluke is also easy to recognize from the shape of her tail which is missing both tail points. It is unsure what caused this, but it could be related to a shark or killer whale attack. Fortunately, her missing tail points don’t affect her mobility or chances of survival.

Fluke’s favourite cruising spots along the South African coast are De Hoop, Walker Bay and Struisbaai.

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