Young Humpback Whale is freed in the Sea of Cortez and shows appreciation… Once in a lifetime experience shared on video…

Heroes free young Humpback Whale…click on video clip below…

Endangered young Humpback Whale is freed from a net and rejoices!  Quote from this YouTube site…

Published on Apr 30, 2012

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Humpback Whale Shows Amazing Appreciation After Being Saved
Caught in a huge amount of nets, this humpback whale was completely trapped. But these people on their boat took matters into their own hands and freed it, saving its life. The best part is the end when he shows amazing appreciation by taking them for a ride and jumping around. more video’s at http://www.bed-bugs-free.com/nicestuf…

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Watching this video clip last night was a true pleasure and experience of “mindfulness.”  Observing the behaviors of animals anytime is so healing to me.  Making a difference for others includes the animal kingdom in so many ways.  A once in a lifetime display of this magnificent animal’s appreciation for several hours is to be viewed over and over again!

We watch whales all the time here on the Oregon Coast.  Gray Whales migrate the Pacific Ocean coastline from the tip of Baja California to Alaska.  Whales provide we human partners and spectators with an appreciation of how important these mammals are to our ecosystem.  It is with awe we watch each time a whale breaches to say hello.  If food is close to shore we sometimes get to see them within a few yards of the Basalt cliff area near Little Whale Cove next to Depoe Bay, Oregon.  We watch and observe with so much pride and appreciation for as long as possible…

It is a special treat to hear and see the joy of the rescuers in this case.  There is no better feeling on earth and in our life experience than to save a life.  This was a rare time we mere humans had a chance to show our gratitude to the Humpback Whale.

Steve Sparks
Author
Reconciliation: A Son’s Story  click to order my book or download Kindle version…

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