3 Humpback Whales Captured In Synchronized Rare Triple Breach

You don’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime, awe-inspiring moment! Three humpback whales are captured on camera in a synchronized rare triple breach jump! 

When we think of sea life, we think of the depth of the ocean, blue churning waters, and its inhabitants. The ocean and its creatures remain mysterious but of all the animals in the deep blue sea, whales leave us in awe. I don’t know if you’ve ever been out in the ocean and managed to witness a whale breaching the surface. The sight absolutely humbles you and reminds you there is a Creator.

It’s incredible to learn humpback whales swim 16,000 miles between their feed and breeding grounds, all the while capturing our fascination during their worldwide travels. God smiled down upon one man who managed to capture a rare sighting of humpback whales dancing in the ocean. 

In this viral video, we get to witness the absolutely rare splendor of three whales in a triple breach. Or whale ballet if you’d rather define this spectacular moment that way. 

In the video, three whales rise out of the water in unison as they surge upwards while doing a full rotation before gracefully swimming up under. The man who captured this incredibly rare moment will definitely remember it for a lifetime, and he will always have one whale of a tale to tell. 

This incredible sighting reminds me of God and all of his creation. Every creature has its proper environment where its meant to flourish. The Good Book reminds us that if we abide in Christ, he will abide in us, causing us to flourish. When we bloom where we’re planted, I imagine God is in awe of us too. 

“And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good,” Genesis 1:21.

Source: USA TODAY
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