The Humpback Whale is one of the largest animals in the world. Present in the oceans and seas of the whole world, this cetacean mammal measures an average of 50 feet and can weigh up to 40 tons. What characterizes her are these very large fins and the protuberances that cover her head. It is also distinguished by its black color on the top and whitish below, that sometimes you can see during spectacular jumps out of the water. In addition to their majesty, whales are known for their complex songs that resonate for us as a strange and fantastic melody. Did you know that the Humpback Whale can travel more than 12,000 miles each year?