MONTEREY, Calif. -- New video shows a breathtaking sight off the coast of Monterey Bay. A rare albino dolphin was spotted swimming with its pod of gray dolphins.
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Risso's dolphins are normally gray and feed only on squid, but a drone captured the white dolphin on September 20.
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Monterey Bay Whale Watch shared the video.
According to marine biologist Nancy Black of Monterey Bay Whale Watch, the unique dolphin was first seen just over a year ago in the bay and has been spotted just a few times since.
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And just when we thought the view couldn't get any more amazing, a humpback whale gracefully appears at the end of the video and shoots a rainbow from its blowhole!
Beautiful drone video shows rare albino dolphin in Monterey Bay
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