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JUST IN: Another person has been injured by a humpback whale on Ningaloo reef, just days after a woman was left with crushed ribs from an encounter with the ocean giant.🔒

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ANOTHER WHALE INCIDENT OFF EXMOUTH Just six days after a woman was crushed by a humpback off Exmouth, it's happened again. A woman was hit by a Humpback Whale while snorkeling at Ningaloo Reef Yesterday. #7NEWS 

Moment protective mother humpback whale struck swimmer on Ningaloo Reef tour captured. #wanews 

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EXCLUSIVE: Snorkellers have described the terrifying moment a humpback whale used its powerful fins to send a man flying out of the ocean and charge at swimmers on Ningaloo Reef on Saturday. 🔒

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A woman remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital after she was crushed by two humpback whales while on a diving tour on Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef. #7NEWS 

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A whale shark—backlit by glimmering sunlight—passes above Your Shot photographer Katia Benini in this spectacular scene captured on Australia's Ningaloo Reef

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A manta ray surprised a group of divers in Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef by floating alongside them and seeming to request that they remove three fish hooks embedded under its eye.

SURROUNDED: Diver gets close attention from manta rays while snorkeling at Ningaloo Reef, off Australia's west coast.

The Ningaloo Reef in WA’s north-west is one of the world’s most diverse and healthy coral reefs. But as developers look to move into the area, there are concerns the reef’s very existence could be under threat. Judith Lucy headed out on the reef to check it out.

A whale-watching tour group in Australia was mesmerized by a humpback whale slapping its fins on the water at Ningaloo Reef, a mannerism that is thought by some to be a mode of communication.

SURROUNDED: Diver gets close attention from manta rays while snorkeling at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia.

A whale-watching tour group in Australia was mesmerized by a humpback whale slapping its fins on the water at Ningaloo Reef, a mannerism that is thought by some to be a mode of communication.

How Traditional Owners' cultural knowledge is crucial to maintaining North West WA's stunning Ningaloo Reef.

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