Saving a Whale. “A Show of Pure Joy, if not Thanks.”

Via on Jul 14, 2011

Mommy, I know what she’s doing, she’s showing us that she’s all free.

Heartbreaking tearjerker via What, one of my favorite sites:

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Michael Fishbach narrates his encounter with a humpback whale entangled in a fishing net. Gershon Cohen and he have founded The Great Whale Conservancy to help and protect whales. Visit their website www.eii.org/gwc/, facebook page, and join them in helping to save these magnificent beings.

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2 Responses to “Saving a Whale. “A Show of Pure Joy, if not Thanks.””

  1. Lezlee says:

    Oh wow! What an amazing and beautiful story and yes, it made me cry….

  2. Tom cremeens says:

    I want to do something real for these magnificent creatures…..that I love much more than the stupid people of this earth….

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