On Tuesday, a rare white albino whale was witnessed off the coast of Australia. His name is 'Migaloo' and he was spotted along the Green Cape in New South Wales during part of his annual migration. "The albino humpback called Migaloo has been sighted off Sydney." [Via Seven Network]On Tuesday, a rare white albino whale was witnessed off the coast of Australia. He was spotted along the Green Cape in New South Wales during part of his annual migration. The past few years have been good ones for observers, as this makes it the third consecutive year he's been seen. Those who are lucky enough to witness him get the sight of a lifetime. The stark white humpback is absolutely stunning. The founder of the White Whale Research Centre, Oskar Peterson describes him as a glowing presence underneath the water. Anticipating viewers in Australia have a two week window to catch a glimpse of him from the last week of June to the first week of July. 'Migaloo' was first noticed in 1991 and since then his movements have been tracked. It was previously thought 'Migaloo' was the only albino humpback in existence, but in 2011, another one nicknamed 'Migaloo Junior' was spotted. Peterson remarked "We have photos of a junior Migaloo from a few years ago, but we haven't seen him since so we don't know if he survived the South Ocean. But there is a 100% white whale we've seen photographic proof of in Norway, so Migaloo isn't quite as unique as we once thought."