Humpback whale sleeps suspended upside down underwater in rare and beautiful footage (Caribbean)

The ocean update

The whales have to rear up at least once an hour to get oxygen from the air. Source : Supplied The whales have to rear up at least once an hour to get oxygen from the air. Source : Supplied

October 13th, 2014. THIS is the fascinating sight of a humpback whale taking a nap underwater.

The gigantic creature hangs upside down in the sea, one fin outstretched, its tail just floating on the surface.

It can then be seen slowly raising its head up to take a breath, before swimming away along the surface of the ocean.

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