Excitement is building among Migaloo fans as new images have surfaced of the beloved rαre white whale off Victoria state’s south coast in Australia. Marine scientist Dr. Vanessa Pirotta confirms that while they cannot be 100% certain, it is likely that the whale is part of the east population that generally migrates during this time of year.
Migaloo, who was first sighted in 1991, has been seen on and off in Australian waters throughout the years. He is a favorite among whale watchers and marine enthusiasts, known for his stunning white coloring that illuminates the water around him as he swims.
Despite being a rαre sight, Migaloo is not the only white whale out there. According to Dr. Pirotta, there are humpback whales with lots of white coloring, but none are fully white like Migaloo.
Since his initial sιghting, people have been єager to learn more about Migaloo. He is a social whale and is often seen with his friend Milo. Migaloo’s name means “whitefella” in several indigenous languages, a fitting name for the world’s favorite rαre white whale.
If you’re lucky enough to spot Migaloo in person, prepare to be amazed. As he swims, he turns the water blue-green and leaves a lasting impression on all those who have the pleasure of seeing him in the wild.