Sleeping humpback whales

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+5 1. huldu commented 9 years ago

I wouldn't call wild whales "fat". Creatures tainted by man become fat.
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+38 2. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

Amazing video...I just wish it was a LOT longer...i could watch them for hours :)
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+19 3. Paul1968 commented 9 years ago

stunning video, agree with #2 should be longer.

how people can kill animals like this is completely beyond me.
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+5 4. cyberdevil commented 9 years ago

Looks like they're doing yoga in their sleep.
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+3 5. stretchpadawan commented 9 years ago

#(removed comment) if writing boost intelligence, how do you explain yourself?
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+2 6. Dygestor commented 9 years ago

umm dont they need to breathe from time to time? I guess I'd feel a little uncomfortable sleeping whole night without breathing :D
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-1 7. Heun commented 9 years ago

#3 Agreed, Japanese have no soul... :P Does anyone know what documentary this is from, looks really nice!
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0 8. Premtm commented 9 years ago

Japs slaughtered the most these gentle creatures mercilessly for meat despite ban on killing them.. :(
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+6 9. rouxlas-la commented 9 years ago

#7 It is from the film "Océans" (2009).
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0765128/
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-2 10. Burimi commented 9 years ago

#5 I'll respond to your comment or question by saying, "You're What?!"
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+2 11. LaoMa commented 9 years ago

#6: My thoughts exactly. Perhaps they only take short power naps :D