Report: Whale spotted in Delaware Bay

Ferry riders on the Cape May-Lewes ferry got to experience a unique view of nature on the water this week.

Ferry riders on the Cape May-Lewes ferry got

Ferry riders on the Cape May-Lewes ferry got to experience a unique view of nature on the water this week. (Credit: DelawareOnline.com)

CAPE MAY - Ferry riders on the Cape May-Lewes ferry got to experience a unique view of nature on the water this week.

According to a report on DelawareOnline.com, riders spotted a humpback whale in the Delaware Bay on their trip to Cape May.

The video was captured by a ferry crew member, the report said.

Watch the video here:

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