WHALE SOUNDS NO MUSIC Underwater whale sounds, Ocean whales singing noises for Sleeping Relaxing

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WHALE SOUNDS NO MUSIC Underwater whale sounds, Ocean whales singing noises for Sleeping Relaxing. Ocean sounds, Nature Sounds 8 hours of sound effects. The soundscape of a whales singing will help you to calm your mind, concentrate, relax, fall asleep, focus better while you study or while you're working, block out background noise such as music, phones, conversations, chatter, noise, traffic, pets, and neighbors. It can also work wonder as a soothing sound for babies to sleep or as a spa / massage sound. It will also help you if you have insomnia, tinnitus or have sleep deprivation. Use headphones for best results. There is no music in this video, only sounds for sleeping. Check out my other sleep videos for a peace of mind and inner peace! Good night! :) - - - - - - - - - - - If you like whale sounds, you might also be interested cave sounds: - - - - - - - - - - - Please like, subscribe and comment if you enjoyed this video. It will really help me out a lot. I release new relaxing videos every week! Follow me on: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: - - - - - - - - - - - Photo is public domain by Sounds are public domain and remixed by me. - - - - - - - - - - - WALVIS geluiden onderwater voor slapen meditatie kinderen ontspannen kinderen kinderen geen muziek diepzee klinkt, natuur geluiden 8 uren van geluidseffecten. SONS de baleine sous l'eau pour dormir méditation enfants détente enfants enfants sans musique océan profond retentit, Nature sons 8 heures d'effets sonores. Wal Geräusche unter Wasser schlafen Meditation Kinder Entspannung Kinder Kids Nr. Musik tiefen Ozean klingt, Natur Sounds 8 Stunden Sound-Effekte. Suoni suoni balena sott'acqua per dormire meditazione bambini rilassanti bambini bambini No musica profondo oceano, natura suoni 8 ore di effetti sonori. Val ljud under vattnet för sova Meditation barn avkoppling barn djupa havet ljud, naturen 8 timmar av ljudeffekter. - - - - - - - - - - - Whale (origin Old English hwæl from Proto-Germanic *hwalaz) is the common name for various marine mammals of the order Cetacea. The term whale sometimes refers to all cetaceans, but more often it excludes dolphins and porpoises, which belong to the suborder Odontoceti (toothed whales). This suborder includes the sperm whale, killer whale, pilot whale, and beluga whale. The other cetacean suborder, Mysticeti (baleen whales), comprises filter feeders who eat small organisms caught by straining seawater through a comblike structure found in the mouth called baleen. This suborder includes the blue whale, the humpback whale, the bowhead whale and the minke whale. All cetaceans have forelimbs modified as fins, a tail with horizontal flukes, and nasal openings (blowholes) on top of the head. Whales range in size from the blue whale, the largest animal known to have ever existed, at 30 m (98 ft) and 180 tonnes (180 long tons; 200 short tons), to pygmy species such as the pygmy sperm whale at 3.5 m (11 ft). Whales inhabit all the world's oceans and number in the millions, with annual population growth rate estimates for various species ranging from 3% to 13%. Whales are long-lived, humpback whales living for up to 77 years, while bowhead whales may live for more than a century. Human hunting of whales from the seventeenth century until 1986 radically reduced the populations of some whale species. Whales play a role in creation myths, for example among the Inuit, and they are revered by coastal people in countries such as Ghana and Vietnam. Source (Wikipedia): CC BY-SA 3.0 ()
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