A happy whale has family. | God's World News

It's our June giving drive! Help more kids see God at work in the culture.

A happy whale has family.

  • 1 whalewail 0
    These humpback whales swim together. (123RF)
  • 2 whalewail2
    Count the spouts. How many whales are there? (Pixabay)
  • 3 whalewail
    A humpback whale dives. (AP/Mark Baker)
  • 4 whalewail
    A whale jumps out of the water. (Pixabay)
  • 5 whalewail
    The white bumps on this whale are barnacles. They do not hurt the whale. (AP/Mark Baker)
  • 1 whalewail 0
  • 2 whalewail2
  • 3 whalewail
  • 4 whalewail
  • 5 whalewail

THIS JUST IN

You have {{ remainingArticles }} free {{ counterWords }} remaining.

The bad news: You've hit your limit of free articles.
The good news: You can receive full access below.
God's Big WORLD | Ages 3-6 | $35.88 per year

SIGN UP
Already a member? Sign in.

It is hard to find whale singers.  That is a good thing!  People think lonely whales sing to find mates.  

There are more whales in the sea now.  They find mates.  They are happy. 

Pray: Thank God there are more whales in the ocean. Pray they will have many more healthy families.

Read More: Scientists first studied humpback whale songs in the 1970s. Only male whales sing. Eastern Australia’s humpback whales almost died out in the 1960s. About 200 whales were left. Australia made hunting them against the law in 1963. Humpback numbers rose to 27,000 by 2015. Whales sing less now. It is easier for males to find mates. 

God knows creatures need families to thrive and grow. He knew the first man needed family too. God gave Adam a wife. “I will make him a helper fit for him.” (Genesis 2:18)