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The team of Nigaloo Aviation operating in Western Australia filmed a unique event. In fact, a humpback whale was photographed from above while swimming with two cubs. A most unusual fact. So much so that at the moment it’s not clear if they’re twins or if one of them was somehow “adopted.”
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In any case, based on what’s known so far, the incredible little family seems to be taking it easy as the pups swim alongside their mother, one on each side close to them.
“We wish them all the best,” commented the researchers, “what happened to the great whale is undoubtedly a very challenging task.” In fact, protecting them both will not be that easy. I also feed them. The truth is they can grow big enough to fend for themselves and fend for themselves. Humpback whales usually give birth to just one calf in the middle of winter. For this reason, today’s sighting is to be regarded as extraordinary.
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