This is a incredible story and very touching! During a day out on the boat some guys find a humpback whale that appears to be dead. They monitor the situation for a couple of minutes, when the whale suddenly breathes. As one of them goes into the water, he discovers the whale is entangled in fishernets.
Over an hour they try removing as much net as the can and finally manage to free the whale. The reaction is just extraordinary – it breaches over forty times (!) as if it was saying THANK YOU. I was also amazed by how still the humpback whale floated and let the people help it, during the hour they were cutting the net. This just indicates how intelligent these mammals are! It´s time to end whaling all over the world!
Now take the few minutes and watch this touching video:
Tom is an award-winning fulltime photographer and filmmaker specializing in conservation imagery & film, photojournalism, and promotional tourism work. His scientific background as a Marine Biologist is a strong asset in creating appealing imagery and environmental storytelling. Tom has won several awards and his films have been screened on film festivals throughout the world and his work has been published in dozens of articles in international magazines and newspapers such as The Guardian, Bild der Wissenschaft, Welt am Sonntag, Diver, Tauchen, Fiji Airways Inflight magazine, and more. In 2017 he launched www.tomvierus.com for a wider portfolio and business requests. Tom is based in Suva, Fiji Islands and shares his workload between environmental assignments and promotional tourism work throughout the Pacific.
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