whales are my favourite mammal, they just make me realize how amazing this world really is.

expressions-of-nature: “ Top of the Breach by Marol Escajeda Alaska, US.

A very happy bottlenose dolphin | Picture: Caters News Agency

Animals seeming to have a good laugh

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Humpback Whale Breaching - There's a rumor that the reason whales breach is because they loose their grip on the water and fall out!

Orca. Oppose SeaWorld. Let them live free! Dolphin project. Ric O'Barry. John Hargrove. Ingrid Visser. Don't buy a ticket to any dolphin show or marine park.

The killer whale or orca (Orcinus orca) is a toothed whale belonging to the oceanic dolphin family, of which it is the largest member. Killer whales are found in all oceans, from Arctic and Antarctic regions to tropical seas.

The incredible shot showing the rare embrace between a Seal and a Beluga Whale

The incredible shot showing the rare embrace between a Seal and a Beluga Whale

"That tickles mama!" African Lioness 'Tiombe' plays with her six-week old cub at Monarto Zoo, Adelaide, Australia (Dylan Coker/Newspix / Rex Features)

"That tickles mum!": African lion 'Tiombe' plays with her six-week old cub at Monarto Zoo, Adelaide, Australia (Dylan Coker/Newspix / Rex Features)

AWWWWWWE!!!!

Whimsical Raindrop Cottage, vurtual: Kasatka and Kalia (by Paruula) - Stop the Dolphin and Orca Slaughter NOW

Watch Whales on the Isle of Mull, Scotland Featured Image

Watch Whales on the Isle of Mull, Scotland

SeaWorld Thinks Tanks Can Meet Orca’s Needs Just as Well as the Ocean.

is a Shark a mammal or fish? That is the question that is perhaps most commonly asked when talking about sharks. Since sharks give birth to pups, and a few species lay eggs, the common consensus is that sharks are mammals.  Across the board, though, 70% of all sharks give birth, while the remaining 30% lay eggs. Sharks are actually fish, which is sure to be a surprise to many.

Is a Shark a Mammal or Fish? and Answers to Other Interesting Shark Questions

my absolute favourite mammal, we need to protect this species from captivity! Whales in Captivity. Conserve our majestic oceans and sea life.

Around 10 to 15 miles away from the coast, the photographer decided to free dive under the surface to watch the majestic animal

Photographer captures breathtaking images as he swims with blue whale

Around 10 to 15 miles away from the coast, the photographer decided to free dive under the surface to watch this majestic blue whale.

Awesome picture of an extremely rare white whale off the coast of Australia

This rare white humpback whale was spotted off the coast of Queensland, Australia name Migaloo (meaning 'white fella'). Have a wonderful Whale Wednesday!

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