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Divers rescue a whale shark

Divers rescue a whale shark

(1:50) From YT: November 7, 2012, diving aboard the Solmar V at Roca Partida, near Socorro Island, about 250 miles south of Baja, Mexico. During the first dive of the morning, we came upon a mature whale shark in some amount of distress due to a large rope cinched around it's girth... How it got wrapped around the shark is a mystery.

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Trolltrawler Trolltrawler (1887 days ago)
Not even a bloody thank you. Typical shark behaviour.
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Not even a bloody thank you. Typical shark behaviour.
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TheBob TheBob (1886 days ago)
Yes, but 3 years later, there was a diver trapped and the whale shark remembered...
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Yes, but 3 years later, there was a diver trapped and the whale shark remembered...
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Guest: (1855 days ago)
Away foul troll away I say
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Away foul troll away I say
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Guest: (1872 days ago)
Beautifull creature......great work divers!
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Beautifull creature......great work divers!
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Guest: (1855 days ago)
After the last few days this really lifts my spirits.
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After the last few days this really lifts my spirits.
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Guest: F.Gee (1632 days ago)
great what good luck to just be in the right part of the ocean at the right time. its good its not that big....
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great what good luck to just be in the right part of the ocean at the right time. its good its not that big....
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Guest: rossglory (1884 days ago)
well done guys. so much rubbish in the seas, makes you want to cry.
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well done guys. so much rubbish in the seas, makes you want to cry.
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Guest: Tcat (1887 days ago)
Like what you did - thumbs up! Hope the poor thing will be ok...
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Like what you did - thumbs up! Hope the poor thing will be ok...
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Guest: Guest what (1886 days ago)
Ouch, poor thing. Lucky they came across it.
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Ouch, poor thing. Lucky they came across it.
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Guest: jg (871 days ago)
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it must have felt amazing to help it.

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it must have felt amazing to help it.

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