Humpback Whale Gives Show After Being Rescued

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+57 1. kaneg commented 8 years ago

majestic <3 <3
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+47 2. Dudtotally commented 8 years ago

thats is the true beauty of nature. these people are quite fearless and kind people to have done such a thing how lucky that whale was! :)
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+38 3. MakeTnotWar commented 8 years ago

And then some Japanese ate it (or Norwegians).
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-17 4. blockedusername commented 8 years ago

An 'alligator planet production'. How did they end up helping whales?

and the narrator should change his job...its like some bloody book at 1:35
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+24 5. c0mmanderKeen commented 8 years ago

Great story :) Very touching.

With slow developing animals like these this actually makes a difference. Good job :)
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+27 6. irishgek commented 8 years ago

Just wow , that was a show in its own , There's an intelligence in there we will never understand . But i'm sure this whale was thankful , wouldn't you be ?
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+8 7. akeem commented 8 years ago

Great moving story. Worth watching the hole vid. Or just the awesome show starting at 6:20
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+1 8. freakshow commented 8 years ago

awhalesing video
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+12 9. PortugaL26 commented 8 years ago

"The compassion for animals is the most noble virtue of human nature" Charles Darwin
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-1 10. gidman commented 8 years ago

Doooooo You Speak Whaaaaaaaaaaaleeeeee
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-10 11. DoubleBubble commented 8 years ago

#6 You're assuming a whale is even capable of "thankfulness", which I doubt very much it is. It just knows it's free, that's all.
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+2 12. Namron7 commented 8 years ago

Very heartwarming, I almost shed a tear (men can cry too you know ;) )
Thank God the Japanese or Icelanders didn't come across it, then again it was probably their net!!!
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+2 13. cretia commented 8 years ago

I hope it doesn't follow Japanese whaling research boats thing they are friends.
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+1 14. bisteinee commented 8 years ago

#6 You are probably right. But, come on. Let me enjoy a minute of feelings full of hope, love, dream, truth and warmth. And maybe, I was just listening to the whale.
The little kid was sure lucky to experience that moment.
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0 15. fatawack commented 8 years ago

free willy
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+1 16. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

One of the best snotr videos, ever. :) :) :) <3