Blue whale surfaces unexpectedly, video


This video says about itself:

Blue Whale‘s Perfect Comic Timing! #EarthOnLocation – Earth Unplugged

18 August 2015

Zoologist Mark Carwardine outlines just how hard whale spotting can be. And promptly gets upstaged by the biggest whale there is. This clip was taken from Big Blue Live, an exciting new live series coming soon to BBC One in the UK and PBS in the US. You can find out all the latest information here.

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