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Listen to the peaceful sounds of the singing humpback whales. Each whale has a unique song which changes every year. These beautiful songs are courtesy of the Oceania Project, a non-profit organization organized for the awareness and protection of our precious oceans and cetacea that occupy its fragile waters.
This particular whale is named Gabriel. If you enjoy what you hear, please leave a 5-star review. Your reviews encourage us to release more whale songs in the future. The skill can also help with sleep and meditation. It's also a great teaching tool for our children to create awareness of these beautiful beasts.
Whale Song recording and master engineering for The Oceania Project by Mark Franklin. Used with permission and in full accordance with Creative Commons of Australia.