How much do you know about life under the sea? The Deep Blue holds countless secrets, yet to be discovered. These secrets could be lost cities, species of animal life, species of plant life or the long lost treasures of a sunken ship.
We don’t even seem to know as much as we could about the sea life we have already come across. In particular, why some sea creatures behave the way they do.
Whales are known to be one of the biggest animals on earth, and it would be an experience to watch these gorgeous creatures in person. The video features a grey mother whale lifting her calf up, seemingly to help it get a better view of the excited onlookers. Almost like she was showing off her prodigy.
The gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon frequently approach small tourist boats, seeking human interaction. The whales appear to enjoy interacting with humans. No matter what gives them the confidence that humans will be so gentle with them, we are pleased they are secure enough with us as a species to perform acts such as these.
And how lucky we are that someone had a camera at the ready! While we may still wonder for a very long time about all the ocean can share with us, at least we have moments like these, where we can appreciate the beauty of each other; all of us, creatures of nature.