It’s apparently not that hard to see, if you get to the right place:
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Amazing. Our sighting was about as good as his first one – fast but clear. I wish we could have seen it for longer!
Thought-provoking stuff, thanks for sharing.
Reblogged this on gordoneaglesham and commented:
Thought to be less than fifty of these magnificently mysterious creatures left on our planet. Let’s hope efforts are redoubled to protect it and the fragile ecosystem it depends on.
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