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Star Fish, Cluster Crowding in Sea Weed, Tonga  http://what-do-animals-eat.com/starfish/

Star Fish, Cluster Crowding in Sea Weed, Tonga http://what-do-animals-eat.com/starfish/

"BIG BABY" - Tonga, Oceania - National Geographic’s Top 20 of 2015

Photo & caption by A curious baby humpback whale , about 1 week old, comes within 60 centimeters (two feet) from my face.

Tonga - swim with humpbacks

HUMPBACKS Tonga Snorkeling with a whale and her baby is one of the great experiences in life. Scuba is not allowed, but if you snorkel and float motionless on the surface, the whales are calmer, allowing for longer and more-interactive encounters.

A majestic sperm whale

This two tonne toddler was so much fun to swim with. Very curious with human interaction and loved to play and roll around in front of me. An amazing feeling to look right into the whale& eye and share a connection I will never forget.

Big Animals – Humpback Whales, Dominican Republic, Tonga

Big Animals – Humpback Whales, Dominican Republic, Tonga

Photograph by - Marc Henauer - Singing Under The Sea - Every year, humpback whales come to Kingdom of Tonga during July to September. The mothers raise their babies and when they are enough strong they go far away to the cold water. This very big male sang during 20 minutes at 20 meters deep before to go up on the surface to breath. We were just above him and the strong of his song made great vibrations across water. You feel this vibrations like if you are in a discoteque.

Singing Under The Sea Photo by Marc Henauer — National Geographic Your Shot

Scott Portelli ''Swimming with gentle giants''

Isole Tonga, l'uomo che nuota con le balene

Scott Portelli ''Swimming with gentle giants''

Big Baby, Tonga       National Geographic's Top 20 Photos Of 2015.

This young humpback whale was captured in the waters off Tonga byden Karim Iliy

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