Michael Fishbach, co-founder of The Great Whale Conservancy (GWC), narrates his encounter with a young humpback whale entangled in a fishing net. His
group found the young whale entangled in a fishing net and while he and his friends were trying to free the whale, his wife was filming the whole
event. Whales do know how to show appreciation by treating them with a magnificent spectacle after it was finally freed.
The whale's reaction clearly shows that they do know if they are being helped or being hunted. They will wholeheartedly showboat if they know that
friends are watching them. Imagine if there are no whale hunters, we will see a lot of whales showboating like that. That will be a great spectacle to
Amazing, it would have been a touching video just to see them rescue a life in need of help, but to see the way it responded after it was free just
completely made my day. These people will always have something they can be proud of for the rest of their lives, good for them.
Amazing vid! goes to show animal, mamals are not as dumb as many think..they have emotions and are more than capable of thinking like us. and at leat
for the most part..yuo dont see whales stepping on eachother to reach a quota or moneymark
god bless that crew*
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