Rare White Humpback Whale

Dan Fisher was on a boat trip to Svalbard in Norway when he spotted Moby Dick, or at least his Humpback Whale bro, swimming in a pod, quickly dubbing him “Willow”. The whale is believed to have a condition called leucism, which causes a lack of pigmentation in its skin. But Willow’s tale remains inspiring as his whale brethren have managed to look past his pale, ghostly white skin and accept him for who he is. Whale equality!

(source: Daily Mail)

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    Moby dick!
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    This is pretty much the morst gorgeous thing I’ve ever seen.
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    It’s that whale from Endless Ocean 1&2
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    Moby Dick was a sperm whale… HNNNGRGHHHH
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