~~July 23, 2016~~
REQUEST IS ANSWERED
By Clayton Browne
With all the bad things that are happening on this Earth, it’s always good to see up-lifting, humanistic, basically kind and nice events.
This is one of them.
A nature event much needed to “erase” memories of these recent weeks ….
…. at least, momentarily.
A group of hard-working rescuers in Canada have saved a stranded killer whale they heard crying for help in the distance.
The fortunate Orca apparently became stuck on some rocks just off the coast of British Columbia in Canada early morning, July 23.
One man spotted the distressed whale, and he called a group, The Guardians from Hartley Bay, who traveled to the site to try and help.
The rescuers brought in a water pump to help keep the whale wet and also covered the mammal with damp sheets.
“It was a team effort, and fortunately on some level this transient orca understood that we were trying to help,” the post noted.
“She cried often, which tore at our hearts.”
It took six hours, but the whale was finally freed when the tide rose enough, and the group shared an image of it back safely in the water.
We ALL are connected through NATURE!!
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~Watch as rescuers tend to a stranded Orca whale in B.C.~
~Published on Jul 24, 2015~
On July 23, 2015, a female Orca became trapped on the coastline.
Rescuers worked for almost eight hours to keep her wet until the tide came back in.
We ALL are ONE!!