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NUUK, GREENLAND - JULY 27: The fluke of a whale is seen as it swims in the water on July 27, 2013 in Nuuk, Greenland. Nuuk, the capital of the country of about 56,000 people, is where the government is trying to balance the discovery of minerals and other new opportunities brought on by climate change with the old ways of doing things. Premier Aleqa Hammond, the leader of Greenlands Parliament, said: "Climate change is one of the major issues that were dealing with in the political Greenland, in the cultural Greenland and in the business sector of Greenland. Climate change is not only a bad thing for Greenland. Climate change has resulted in many other new options for Greenland. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Yesterday, this story made news. A kayaker was swallowed up and spit out by a humpback whale. Today…we have video. The kayaker was filming before a humpback whale breached and continued filming and all we can say is wow.

Take a break from election news and check out what it looked like to actually BE that kayaker (from the inside!)