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Our Planet | Humpback Whales | Clip | Netflix

Experience our planet’s natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

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  1. Matthew Smith
    Matthew Smith says:

    Smart, graceful, and majestic in appearance. It’s understandable why we nearly hunted these creatures to extinction, but I’m happy to know their numbers are rebounding significantly.

  2. Liam G
    Liam G says:

    They're absolutely remarkable animals. I had the privilege of seeing and hearing them every day from my Aunt's house in Hawaii (Big Island). Every time they breached it was like Christmas morning as a child. The size of them, combined with their grace and agility is unfathomable until you actually see them up close. It's a spiritual experience I can't even explain. The fact that we humans have almost brought Humpbacks and other Whales to extinction is ignominious and a condemnation of our race.

  3. Steve Brockman
    Steve Brockman says:

    Ocean Animals and Whales as Dinosaurs

    Humpback Whale as Tyrannosaurus Rex
    Orca Killer Whale as Brontosaurus
    Blue Whale as Gigantosaurus
    Walrus as Triceratops
    Sea Lion as Velciraptor
    Gray Whale as Allosaurus
    Minke Whale as Carnotaurus
    Bottlenose Dolphin as Stegosaurus
    Beluga Whale as Diplodocus
    Polar Bear as T Rex 2
    Sea Otter as Saber Tooth Tiger
    Gray Seal as Dromeosaurus
    Leopard Seal as Megaraptor
    Narwhal as Anklyosaurus
    Elephant Seal as Iguanodon
    Penguin as Triceratops 2


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