Whale Lunges Near Flute-Playing Paddleboarder

Flutist Viviana Guzman, 52, was playing music off the coast of California when the humpback whale appeared.
0:34 | 07/20/16

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And finally a whale of a surprise for a woman paddle warding off California data look at this watch as the humpback will be reaches the surface Dilma. Right next a reward it was feeding on Herring but. Let's just look at this in slow motion as you can see GI's home how close. This encounter was when the video is slow down there. She says she plays the flute for the whales and they come to her. Navy capt Michael whales standing ovation half I don't know I just thought yeah now fish tales have the go proud to be told like it it really happened at that could've happened ten years ago we would never seen us.

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