A humpback whale and calf in Tonga. Humpbacks migrate to Tonga's warm waters each year from Antarctica to mate and give birth. The calm, clear waters offer unparalleled opportunities to snorkel with these gentle giants. Our Tonga trip was named "Trip of the Year" by Outside Magazine. Join us next July!

A humpback whale and calf in Tonga. Humpbacks migrate to Tonga's warm waters each year from Antarctica to mate and give birth. The calm, clear waters offer unparalleled opportunities to snorkel with these gentle giants. Our Tonga trip was named "Trip of the Year" by Outside Magazine. Join us next July!

Blue Whale - The largest animal on the planet, the Blue Whale can consume more than six tons of Euphausiidae (tiny crustaceans) of which its diet almost exclusively consists of.

The Awesome Intelligence of Cetaceans (Part 1)

Blue Whale - The largest animal on the planet, the Blue Whale can consume more than six tons of Euphausiidae (tiny crustaceans) of which its diet almost exclusively consists of.

<i>Character</i>. This image was captured off the coast of the island Chain of Vava'u, Kingdom of Tonga. Every year humpback whales migrate thousands of kilometers from the cold oceans in the south to the warm breeding waters in the tropical islands on the South Pacific. This particular male calf was such a character and after seeing him most days over a week I finally captured an image that showed his nature and unique 'personality' as such.

Winners of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards

<i>Character</i>. This image was captured off the coast of the island Chain of Vava'u, Kingdom of Tonga. Every year humpback whales migrate thousands of kilometers from the cold oceans in the south to the warm breeding waters in the tropical islands on the South Pacific. This particular male calf was such a character and after seeing him most days over a week I finally captured an image that showed his nature and unique 'personality' as such.

Humpback whales in Alaska: Humpback Whales Feeding In Alaska Photo by:Duncan Murrell

In pictures: Humpback whales feeding in Alaska

Migaloo (which is Aboriginal for "white fella") may be the only albino humpback whale in the world

Migaloo (which is Aboriginal for "white fella") may be the only albino humpback whale in the world

Migaloo, the only known all white humpback whale, was photographed by jenny dean (first, third photos) in the great barrier reef. though often described as albino, migaloo has brown eyes and is more likely leucistic or hypopigmented. last year, a white orca named iceberg was photographed (second photo) for the first time by e. lazareva in the north pacific, but is again not technically believed to be albino.

Migaloo, the only known all white humpback whale, was photographed by jenny dean (first, third photos) in the great barrier reef. though often described as albino, migaloo has brown eyes and is more likely leucistic or hypopigmented. last year, a white orca named iceberg was photographed (second photo) for the first time by e. lazareva in the north pacific, but is again not technically believed to be albino.

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