The world-famous white whale Migaloo may return to Australian shores sooner than anticipated.
Images of the whale swimming off the south coast of Victoria state have emerged, driving many Migaloo enthusiasts into a frenzy.
Dr. Vanessa Pirotta, a marine biologist, stated, “We cannot say for definite that it is him, but he is likely a member of the population from the east that migrates during this time of year.”
However, Dr. Pirotta notes that he has also been observed moving off the coast of New Zealand.
She stated, “There appears to be more than one white whale in the ocean, as there are humpback whales that are predominantly white but not entirely so.”
Migaloo was originally spotted in 1991 and has been spotted intermittently in Australian waters since since.
Migaloo was originally spotted in 1991 and has been spotted intermittently in Australian seas over the years.
“If you see him in person, he brightens the water around him and turns it blue-green as he swims”
People simply want to learn more about him since he is so diverse. He is frequently spotted with his close companion Milo.”
The name “Migaloo” signifies “whitefella” in a number of indigenous languages.