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Zoologist Mark Cawardine was at a popular spot for whale watching when he just said that it was rare to spot blue whales, and a giant blue appeared in the back ground. Cawardine was recording a marine life segment for a documentary when he said that it is increasingly rare to spot blue whales.
He said, “Haven’t seen a thing, and there are all sorts of reasons why and one is of course being whales they’re spending most of their lives under water, out of sight. So we could be going right by them and have no idea they’re there. It’s quite exciting in one way and frustrating in another. You know they’re here but you just jolly well can’t find them.”
While he finished speaking, a large blue whale appeared several metres from the boat. He then said that it was a lot easier than he expected.
Carwardine works for the preservation of wild beings and has co-authored “Last Chance to See” with Douglas Adams. Viewers said that the video is aptly times and presents a comic footage of the episode.