We all love to see sea creatures. All of them are quite mysterious and have their own intriguing life stories.
So many movies, songs, and even experiments have been conducted about them to find more things and most of these finding turned out to be quite amazing!
If you ever get a chance to have an under-sea tour, you will see the best sight of your life for sure because the sea life is quite fascinating! There are millions of creatures inside the water and you will never rεgrεt tαkιng thε rιsк!
However, for those who are not good at traveling down the water, can always take the luxury of traveling in a boat and if you are lucky, you will see so many breath-taking sights.
When this group of people went for a sight-seeing tour, they never thought that they would see such a glamourous sight! They wanted badly to see whales and for their luck, a humpback whale decided to give them a surprising jump!
The group first saw the tail of the whale somewhat far away from them and they had little hope that the whale would jump out of water.
But, the sea was again quiet for some time and when they had almost given up all the hopes, the huge Humpback whale jumped out of the water so close to their boat and it was quite αstσnιshιng!
They were αωεd by the sight and when their first wonder passed away, all began to laugh with joy!
You can watch the full video below and don’t forget to share your thoughts and maybe experiences with us!
Video Credit: Maasai Sightings Worldwide
An upclose encounter with Migaloo, the only white humpback whale in the world
Migaloo is the only known all-white humpback whale
The Pacific Whale Foundation has been following reported sightings of Migaloo, which means “White Fella” in the Aborginal Australian language. The name was coined by the Vice President of the foundation, Paul Forestell, based on advice from an Aboriginal elder.
Migaloo is the only known all-white humpback whale and he travels up and down the east coast of Australia. He has became quite famous with the local media and tourists. Migaloo was first sighted in 1991, and was believed to be three to five years old at that time. In 2004, Migaloo was shown to be male through analysis of sloughed skin samples.
Because of the intense interest, environmentalists feared he was becoming quite stressed by the number of boats following him around each day. In response to their concerns, the Queensland and New South Wales governments introduce legislation each year to create a 500-m (1600-ft) exclusion zone around the whale to keep him protected.
Unfortunately recent closeup pictures have shown Migaloo to have skin cancer and/or skin cysts as a result of his lack of protection from the sun due to his white coloration. This is actually quite common with white or albino animals which is one reason why they are so rare in nature.
He is safe in Australian waters. Every year we wait for him to visit us
Watch the video below to see a rare and special encounter with Migaloo: