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When a humpback whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, exhales, the blow can exit the whale at 150 - 300 miles per hour.  The sea water on it’s blowhole is vapourized and shot 20 to 25 feet into the air creating the “blow”, or spout. This individual is now inhaling with it’s twin blowhole wide open, Hawaii.