Divers Almost Get Swallowed By Whales

by Holy Cuteness on July 23, 2013

These divers almost get eaten by a pair of humpback whales. Pretty amazing!

Hat tip to Clip Nation.


Best. Photobomb. Ever.

by Holy Cuteness on January 17, 2013

Yo little boy, I’m gonna nom your head!

Via MSN Now.


Beluga Whale Loves Art

by Holy Cuteness on August 20, 2012

Beluga whale Juno who lives at Connceticut’s Mystic Aquarium is very interested in the sketches of artist Scott M. Fischer.

Hat tip to Hypervocal.


Orphaned Baby Beluga at Alaska SeaLife Center

by Holy Cuteness on July 9, 2012

This thirtsy baby beluga was found all alone when he was only two days old in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Luckily he was rescued and is now being rehabilitated at the Alaska SeaLife Center.

Photo credit: Mark Thiessen / AP

Photo credit: Shedd Aquarium

Via Buzzzfeed / ZooBorns.


Mother Whale Introduces Calf

by Holy Cuteness on March 21, 2012

A proud mother gray whale shows her baby to whale watchers in San Ignacio Lagoon — just awesome!

Via 22 Words.


Belugas Have Fun in the White Sea

by Holy Cuteness on November 30, 2011

Two cheeky belugas are blowing water in the cold White Sea in north west Russia.

Photo by Dafna Ben Nun/Caters via the Telegraph.


Curious Orca Talks to Boat

by Holy Cuteness on October 1, 2011

Wild orca Luna tries to talk with a motorboat by imitating the outboard engine…

Via Reddit.

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This One is For the Beliebers…

by Holy Cuteness on September 14, 2011

And for the beluga lovers…

Via celebrity blog Dlisted.


Mariachi Band Serenades Beluga Whale

by Holy Cuteness on August 3, 2011

A beluga whale enjoys a performance of the”Mariachi Connecticut” band at the Mystic Aquarium, who were there to play at a wedding.

Via TDW.


Humpback Whale Gives a Show of Thanks to Rescuers

by Holy Cuteness on July 18, 2011

Here’s an amazing video of some people freeing a young humpback whale that got entangled in hundreds of feet of fishing net in the Sea of Cortez.
The whale named Valentina by her rescuers goes from near death to freedom, then rewards her saviors with dozens of full-body breeches and tail flips.

Michael Fishbach, the man in the red swim trunks, co-founded the Great Whale Conservancy to help make oceans safe for marine mammals worldwide.

Via GlobalAnimal.org.