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Australian Diver Catches Once In A Lifetime Closeup Footage Of A Whale Breach

Video: The ocean’s already fraught with danger, the last thing you need while swimming is a massive humpback whale deciding it wants to leap out of the water a few metres from where you’re treading water. But that’s exactly what happened to Australian photographer Beau Pilgrim, who fortunately got the whole thing on video. More »      
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