Humpback whale

Humpback whales are famous for their songs, and for their long migrations, from polar regions to the tropics.

Whaling nearly made them extinct. They seem to recover better from whaling now than some other whale species.

This video is called Humpback whales filmed up close and underwater in Bermuda.

On 2 November 2012, two humpback whales, swimming in the North Sea. It was near the Dutch coastal village Castricum. They were blowing.

At first, they went north. Later, they changed course to the south: the right direction for humpback whales migration this time of the year.

UPDATE: they seem to be an adult female with her baby.

Here is a video of mother and baby humpback whale near Castricum. A video which shows that it is not always easy to film whales :)

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  1. To Be Aware Says:

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