Sunday, March 30, 2014

Wild animals saved from certain death

Two amazing wild animals have been saved.

A 375 pound (170 kg) black bear has been saved from drowning after being hit by a tranquilizer dart. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologist Adam Warwick jumped in and pulled the bear out. Read the full story below:

Man Saves 375 lb. Black Bear From Drowning. This Guy Is The ... Fri, 21 Mar 2014 21:23:49 GMT

What do you do when you see a 375-pound black bear take a leap into the Gulf of Mexico? If you are Florida biologist named Adam Warwick, you heroically dive into the ocean without hesitation to rescue a six-and-a-half-foot ...

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The second rescue story happened in Baja California, US, where Michael Fishback of The Great Whale conservancey encountered a humpback whale entangled in a nylon fishing net.

Dramatic Rescue of a Humpback Whale in Baja California ... Thu, 07 Jul 2011 20:29:02 GMT

Michael Fishbach of The Great Whale Conservancy encountered a humpback whale entangled in a nylon fishing net drifting in the Sea of Cortez. His group radioed for help but was told it would be at least an hour before ...

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Watch the video below (about 8 min. long):

A big 'thank you' to those brave people that took on considerable risk to save the life of a wild animal.