South Africa’s oceans are home to the most incredible whales in the world. From Doringbaai at the Cape West Coast and around the Cape Peninsula, and the East Coast as far as St Lucia. This month Springbok Casino decided to honour the Whales of South Africa in a collection of stories and videos.
Springbok Casino’s manager, Daniel van Wyck, said “When thinking of SA wildlife, giraffes and lions come to mind… and obviously springboks. Nonetheless, some of our most superb wildlife is in the oceans around us!”
An assortment of jaw-dropping videos is now available on the casino’s site and has the Blue Whale, which is the largest animal, and the huge Sperm Whale of Moby Dick distinction. From the shy Bryde’s Whale to the ferocious Orca. South Africa’s oceans are home to a variety of whales.
Whales of South Africa’s Oceans – videos
One of the videos clarifies why the Humpback Whale is called the “singing showman”. In another one, a photographer tells of a magical experience he had with a very large but social South Right Whale in Mossel Bay.
Following the marine theme, Springbok Casino’s free spins bonus in February will be 25 free spins on Megaquarium. It is a colourful game, in which players may have fun with minor sea creatures and win a whale-sized payout through free-spins of up to 100X winning multiplier.
This is one of the best games not to miss. Win loads of cash while you learn more about the deep sea. Megaquarium game is available online for laptop computers and desktop. Moreover, it’s also playable on tablets and smartphones via the gambling sites free Android app. All the real money gambling games at Springbok Casino are from RTG and players are able to play using ZAR.