Whales breached, rolled over, spouted and rose up to look directly at the watchers.
The whale carcass was found 50 feet from shore on Brazil's Marajo Island.
Twitter users accused the woman who made the call of being a "whalist."
It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for whale watchers off the coast of Nova Scotia.
"They’ve got a fear of drowning, just like we have,” says expert.
Giant rabbits? Bicycling caterpillers? Frogs reading newspapers? Yeah, we're tripping.
"Moby Dick" encounter was "definitely one of the craziest experiences in my life," says Paul Ziolkowski.
Of course, someone made the whale a Twitter account.
As part of a NOAA trained whale disentanglement team I have seen stressed out whales, entangled in fishing gear allow us
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