‘Magic Moment’: Incredible Drone Footage Shows Humpback Whale and Dolphin Spinning With Each Other [WATCH]


Credit: Jacob VanderVelde | Photo credit: Twitter


  • The footage was captured on a drone by Jacob VanderVelde
  • VanderVelde shared the video on Twitter and said it was a “magical moment” he will never forget
  • We see the humpback whale and the dolphin spinning and dancing together

It’s not every day that you see two incredible sea creatures sync their movements to create a rare moment.

Only a handful of photographers and explorers are lucky enough to capture such rare sites with a camera.

But now, aerial drones have allowed photographers to capture such rare moments in every detail.

Recently, a Hawaiian photographer captured a “rare” and “magical” image of a humpback whale and dolphin spinning and dancing together off the north shore of Oahu.

The images were captured by Jacob VanderVelde and shared on Twitter. It shows the two creatures spinning and dancing while splashing out of the clean, blue sea water.

Watch it here:

The clip has already impressed many Internet users. Jacob said it was a “magical moment” that we will never forget.

“On a scale of 1 to 10 that would be a 12. It’s a magical moment, I’ll never forget what just happened yesterday,” Jacob said, adding that he caught the interaction around 9:15 a.m. .

“I’m a Hawaiian photographer, and that’s what I do is ride waves, shoot waves, all around the ocean is waves, so when it happened, it was probably the greatest moment of my life,” he added.

Earlier, a drone camera gave us a glimpse of a massive flamingo nesting area in the Rann of Kutch.

The clip showed thousands of eggs atop small mounds in the vast nesting area. The drone started slow but quickly accelerated to cover the entire area.

The clip only featured a 16-second glimpse of the nesting area in Ghudhkar National Park.

Another much talked about video shows an alligator in the wild eating a drone.

The video, believed to have been shot in Florida, showed the alligator snapping a small drone hovering overhead.


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