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LOST LEAPING BABY WHALE

LEAPING for joy five-feet above the waves this baby whale cutie is saying HELLO to its family after being lost. By jumping 30-feet across the ocean and slamming its 12-foot-long body into the waves up to 20-times this newly-born whale calf is communicating with the adults of its group to help keep up in the open water. According to British biologist and dive guide Justin Hart, 44, despite being just a few months old this baby sperm whale is using its body to create a slamming sound which travels in the water to the ears of the adults when they disappear deep under the ocean. Justin, from London and now living on Pico Island in the Azores, captured the rare image four-miles from the port of Lajes do Pico, while he was working as a crewman on an underwater documentary with special licence to shoot sperm whales in this area. Sperm whales are a vulnerable species of marine mammal that live in nearly all the world's oceans

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