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Fur University
Fur University
A friendly grey whale calf approached a boat so one of its passengers could pet it. While Christian Miller was on a ‘Snotbot’ expedition in San Ignacio Lagoon, Mexico, on May 20, an inquisitive whale came to say hello. With its mum by her side, the baby giant shot her huge head above the water and, chin first, approached the boat. Obviously unperturbed by the incoming vessel, the mum let both Christian and one of his colleagues stroke the underside of her baby. ANIMALS, UNDERWATER ANIMALS, WILD ANIMALS, ANIMALS & WILDLIFE Credit: Caters Clips
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