Surfers absolutely had no idea of the mammal lurking around them.
A young humpback whale that swam up one of Canada's major rivers, delighting Montrealers who packed the shores for a glimpse of the first of the species in local waters, is believed to be dead.
The train was left precariously balanced on the whale's tail 10 metres (33 feet) above the ground, after plunging off the end of a metro line in Spijkenisse, a town on the southern edge of Rotterdam.
The official said, “Our juvenile whale shark has returned to Al Raha after last being seen there one week ago."
The video shows the person in the Saudi region of Yanbu, jumping on a whale shark.
A humpback whale has found its way back to sea weeks after it got lost in a murky, crocodile-infested river in northern Australia.