This is a female humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) chilled out in shallow water, with her male calf hovering just above.
Humpbacks are somehow able to fine-tune their buoyancy so that they can remain practically still, or decide to sink or float upward seemingly without moving a muscle.
If you've been underwater, either swimming or diving, you know how finicky buoyancy can be. It's an impressive feat.
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