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Humpback Whale Shows AMAZING Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

I just received this stunningly moving video which brings tears to your eyes and a huge awareness
of the importance of the welfare of these beautiful, gigantic yet elegant mammals.
The depth of their understanding and their intelligence.

Enjoy this rare encounter, a magical moment in the unique world of water, its universe and inhabitants.

Uploaded on Jul 16, 2011
Be sure to see our full story on this awesome rescue here…

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6 responses »

  1. *sob*…. we must better respect our oceans and its most magnificent creatures. look at what all this simple netting has done. just saw a dolphin rescue yesterday (was it here?), due to the same issue.

    • No it wasn’t here, the dolphin rescue. I saw one too but as this was more moving and spectacular I decided to post what would grab the immediate attention. I did not know that nets were such a danger to the sea world either, I’ve learnt something, which shows there is always something more to understand in life … πŸ™‚
      Thanks for taking your time to comment!

      • Oh, these net are horrific… I grew up in the Pacific Ocean, in Micronesia. They’ve ALWAYS been this way. Always. And it’s never a quick, easy death for these amazing creatures, sadly. Moves have been made to address the situation, but when the local populations continue to toss them into the waters, or don’t scavenge them after expeditions… It’s a widespread issue. The dolphin vid was similar β€” his snout and dorsal fin were trapped, couldn’t breathe, and was slowly dying…until divers stumbled across him. Completely wild dolphin in Hawaii, rescued. πŸ™‚

      • Thank you for keeping me up to date on this subject, there should be laws protecting them, maybe one day…

  2. How awesome! Thankfully good humans were in the right place at the right time to save this magnificent creature!


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