Ginger Zee swims with humpback whales

ABC News' chief meteorologist travels off the coast of the Dominican Republic, one of the few places in the world where humans can swim with humpback whales and their calves.
1:18 | 01/28/19

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All right we'll see Dave nautical miles and handlers are off the coast of Dominican Republic which is about 92 real road miles off the coast ginger good morning you know I wish I was with you so much. Next time I am I doing this together but yes we are here you can the open Atlantic behind me and inside is water that you can believe it or not Alan -- of humpback whales this is ready all migrate. So that they can mate so that they can have their babies as a that we can learn about their threats like the plastics in the ocean look at the brief encounter I had yesterday. This is just without mother and a cats living right by. Such fascinating. And educational times yeah thanks to our guide aquatic adventures and that the summit the that Dominican Republic excuse me ministry of tourism. We are having this adventure that you can have sticker that's the beauty of it is that you come here you learn about how these bills work why they're here. And what we can do to make their world better and there's a lot we're going to be bringing that we're not at that I've got my wet suit and the GMA wet is ready to get in today's the big day we're going to be the whole story tomorrow there. Well off. Senator you are living the dream right now living the dream that we can't wait to see it all right. Go ahead 100 degrees warmer than a lot of you yeah. A lot of you didn't just about everybody.

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