WOFL FOX 35 VIDEO: Mother Whale, Calf Spotted In Sebastian Inlet

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FWC Officials Working To Protect The Whales

ABOVE VIDEO: It was an amazing site in southern Brevard County on Monday — a mother whale and its calf lingered at Sebastian Inlet for most of the day. (FOX35ORLANDO VIDEO)

BREVARD COUNTY • SEBASTIAN, FLORIDA – (Fox35Orlando) – It was an amazing site in southern Brevard County on Monday — a mother whale and its calf lingered at Sebastian Inlet for most of the day.

Florida Fish and Wildlife officials are working to protect the two whales until they decide to swim back out to sea.

Dozens of people spent the afternoon watching the whales.

Officials had a boat in the inlet at night to keep boaters away from the mother, until they go back out to sea. The 45-foot endangered North Atlantic right whale has stayed close to the 18-foot calf.

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