Migaloo is the world’s only documented all-white humpback whale and was recently spotted off the coast of Sydney, Australia. This is only the 4th time in 18 years that the very rare and fully all-white whale has been seen in the waters surrounding New South Wales. Migaloo was first sighted in 1991 and its age is unknown.
Whale watchers that were lucky enough to see the white whale will cherish this day for the rest of their lives.
The winners of the 2014 B&H Wilderness Photo Competition have recently been announced! B&H hosted this competition in order to celebrate the concept of conservation and Partnered with South African Airways and ecotourism company Wilderness Safaris to make this competition a reality. The goal was to capture the beauty of nature, while at the same time raising awareness about how important it is to protect the natural wonders of our world.
Take a look at these stunning photos now!
Grand Prize / Jamie MacArthur (United Kingdom)
People’s Choice Charles Chessler (USA)
Land Mammals Giorgia Karampatou (Abu Dhabi)
Aquatic (Marine and Freshwater) Cary Maures (USA)
Culture/Wilderness/People Adam Jurgilewicz (Poland)
Amphibians & Reptiles Christopher Schlaf (USA)
Conservation/Man and the Environment Jeffrey Kirkpatrick (Australia)
Animals in Zoos and Captivity Octavio Aburto (Mexico)
Macro (Flora/Insects) Peter Alinson (USA)
Landscape/Scenery Petar Sabol (Croatias)
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