Curious Southern Right whale pushes paddleboard


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Curious Southern Right whale pushes paddleboard



As the migration season of the A curious Southern Right Whale gets underway in the Argentine Patagonia locals and visitors are thrilled by the curious animals coming ever closer to the shore. (Sept. 1)

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  1. A fidget spinner for whales! I couldn't help but laugh when it lightly used it's fin to push it! It was just bored & curious. Honestly though, I think it was just lonely. Maybe it's another "lonely whale"? They call them that on account of their inability to communicate with other whales. They can't reproduce the proper tone so the other whales can't hear them.

  2. I almost forget, while baleen whales are maintaining ocean ecosystems and contributing significantly to abating climate change; they are so intelligent, self aware, and beautiful.