Kohola, or “humpback whales,” are one of the largest types of whales, usually measuring between 40–52 feet and weighing nearly 45 tons. These animals are popular with whale watchers because of their tendency to “breach,” in which they propel nearly 40 percent of their body out of the water. These are the whales who are also known for their haunting “whale songs” that can be heard f
William Chapman recently found a pod of Orca whales while at work… It looks like they were following him! That’s a lucky guy!
Shark experts insist that sharks are not interested in eating humans but unfortunately they sometimes use their jaws to investigate.
Includes almost shark attack at 03:00. Filmed in Gansbaai South Africa near Dyer island. Some french guys meet andre who introduce them to freediving with great whites. First time white sharks filmed without cage.
You just have to watch this amazing video of a man and his friends and family who saved a humpback whale. It’s completely worth the 8 minutes of your time, especially when you see what happened at the end. Michael Fishback, a co-founder of the Great Whale Conservancy, spends 2 months each year in the Sea of Cortez photographing whales, helping to track them, and observing their behaviors.
THIS is the moment a lucky diver miraculously escaped death after nearly being swallowed by a 40-tonne whale. Rainer Schimpf, 47, was filming the annual sardine run when a 15m Bryde's whale attacked a ball of fish below him. Luckily the giant mammal swerved at the last moment to avoid sucking him into its gaping mouth - but it still gave him a shock as it breached just yards away. He sa