A juvenile humpback whale was spotted swimming in New York's Hudson River.
Whale watchers snapped photos of the humpback whale.
The Coast Guard suspects it's the same whale others have spotted in the past few weeks.
New Yorkers say whale sightings have increased over the years. This was in 2014.
Why are there whales in the Hudson?
Most experts agree water conditions have improved in the river in the 35 years since the passage of the Clean Water Act, but they weren't willing to say that the whale visits are directly related.
Others say it's the perfect feeding ground.
“Rather than go all the way up to Massachusetts and Maine, they’ve found a good feeding ground right here in New York," Gotham Whale president Paul Sieswerda told the Times.
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