Vimeo has released a video that captures the sounds of whales in the Atlantic Ocean.
The video shows two whales in their waters, one in the foreground and one in a distance.
Both whales are close to the surface, with one on the side of the ocean.
The whales are in close proximity to each other, and they both make a noise.
Both animals can be heard making a clicking noise as they go in and out of the water.
The whale sounds can be interpreted as a warning, a warning that the waters around them are safe for whales to use, or a warning of something bad happening.
The sound is captured in a way that makes it look like a whale is approaching the whales in this video.
You can see a video of the whales as they’re in the water below them, as well as the whale sounds coming from them.
In the video, the whale sound appears to be making a whacking sound, as if they’re making a call.
This is the sound that was captured by a whale that was at the bottom of the pool, where the whale’s tail was.
There are also several other sounds that were recorded, including the sound of a bird chirping, and a whale surf sound that is audible underwater.
The Vimeo video is just one of a number of whale sound recordings available on the internet.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration also has a video and audio archive, which includes thousands of recordings of whale sounds, including whale calls.