Once-in-a-Lifetime Video of a Huge Humpback Whale Leaping Out of the Water Next to a Fishing Boat (VIDEO)

Nature never ceases to amaze us. You may have seen things you never thought before. It will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. For example, you join an offshore tour and see a huge humpback whale swimming in the water beside your boat. You must have won the lottery. Unbelievable!

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This happened to photographer Douglas Craft, who captured this incredible moment while on a whale-watching boat in the Californian waters of Monterey Bay.

An enormous humpback whale was seen jumping out of the water beside a fishing boat. It stands behind the fisherman!

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From the porthole of his ship, Douglas takes stunning photos of the giant marine mammals. The scene stunned him for a few seconds. But he immediately took out his camera and took a picture. Thankfully, his shooting angle allows him to see the whales clearer and bigger. This creature makes fishing boats look incredibly small in comparison.

“I went under deck to shoot from a porthole near the waterline. That’s what gives the incredible perspective of watching whales,” he told the news agency.

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When a photographer shared a photo of a huge humpback whale swimming on his account. Those images immediately went viral. People can’t stop going “wow” to what Douglas took with his camera. It would be a miracle!

Douglas also had the help of Kate Cummings, a whale watcher who was able to capture video of whales blowing out of the water. “It was fun to shoot this video. Whales have separated from fishermen several times. But sometimes when a whale strands several times They are heading in a specific direction as they are building momentum underwater for the next breach,” Kate revealed to the media.

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You can watch the video below!

For those who may not know An adult humpback whale weighs about 25–30 metric tons (28–33 short tons) and is 12–16 m (39–52 ft) long. It is highly popular among whale watchers for its trespassing and other distinctive behaviour.

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