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A whale surprised a group of fishermen north of Sydney. Moving moment desperate whale approached boat full of fishermen for help after getting plastic bag caught in its mouth

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Michael Riggio, 17, (left) took selfies with the whale while his friend Ivan Iskenderian  helped the creature

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Ballena enrredada con líneas de pesca y bolsas de basura pidió ayuda a un bote 

13 August 2015 DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA

Algunos pescadores al norte de Sydney pasaron conmovedores momentos cuando una ballena desesperada se acercó a un bote en busca de ayuda por tener enrredadas líneas de pesca y bolsas de basura en la boca 

La ballena parecía estar pidiendo ayuda, ya que nadó cerca de sus embarcaciones. Uno de los hombres eliminò toda la impedimenta

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Ivan Iskenderian (pictured stretching over the boat) pulls fishing lines and rubbish bags from its mouth

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13 de agosto 2015 - Un grupo de jóvenes pescadores han capturó un selfie increíble con una ballena después de que el cetaceo nadó y parecía pedirles ayuda para eliminar las bolsas de plástico atrapadas en su boca.
La ballena amistosa dio un topezòn al barco cuando hizo una aparición sorpresa en el puerto Middle Harbour, al norte de Sydney.
Los hombres pronto se percataron de que la ballena, que dio la vuelta a la embarcaciòn y nadó por debajo del casco, estaba pidiendo ayuda y le retiraron las bolsas de basura y líneas de pesca atrapadas en su boca.

 

Desperate Whale Stuns Boaters /// John Gitunga

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The large mammal swam from one boat to another until the garbage caught in its mouth was removed

 

Ron Kovacs estaba pescando en otra embarcaciòn frente a la de los jovenes pescadores cuando la ballena hizo su primera aparición.
Movìa su cabeza fuera del agua, y el Sr. Kovacs notó que la ballena necesitaba ayuda.
La ballena se puso al lado de la nave de los pescadores permitiendo que le quitaran plásticos y cordeles


Ivan Iskenderian (en la foto se extiende sobre el bote) tira de las líneas de pesca y bolsas de basura de la boca del cetàceo

"Asomó la cabeza para que le quitaran la basura. Trató en mi barco, pero estamos un poco más alto ", dijo el Sr. Kovacs

"Agarrè la bolsa y tirè de ella. La ballena estaba muy interesada en nosotros. Se podía ver sus grandes ojos mirándonos. Ellas no son tontas". El gran mamífero marino nadaba de un barco a otro hasta que se eliminó la basura atrapada en su boca

 

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The whale appeared to flap its fin in appreciation after the fishermen successfully managed to help it

El señor Kovac capturó el evento en su cámara: "Tenía una gran cicatriz en su espalda. Tenía algunas líneas de pesca y dos bolsas de plástico en la cabeza. Me las arreglé para agarrarlas y quitàrselas"
"Más tarde se acercó a un barco remolque y presentó su cabeza mientras le quitaron la bolsa, 'señor Kovac escribió.
Después de que la basura se retirò de la boca de la ballena, la criatura se ve nadando, batiendo su aleta. Al parecer mostrando su agradecimiento.

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Ivan Iskenderian was stunned when he saw the whale. He managed to snap a selfie before helping it

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Moving moment desperate whale approached boat full of fishermen for help after getting plastic bag caught in its mouth

 

A whale surprised a group of fishermen north of Sydney

The whale appeared to be asking for help as it swam closely to their boats
One of the men removed fishing lines and rubbish bags out of its mouth

13 August 2015 DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA

A group of young fishermen have captured an incredible selfie with a whale after it swam up and seemed to ask them for help removing plastic bags caught in its mouth.
The friendly whale nudged their boat as it made a surprise appearance in Middle Harbour, north of Sydney.
The men soon noticed the whale, which circled the boat and swam underneath it, was asking for help and pulled out rubbish bags and fishing lines stuck in its mouth.
Michael Riggio,17, took selfie snaps while his friend, Ivan Iskenderian, stretched over the boat to help the whale.

'It was surreal, we couldn’t believe our eyes,' said Ivan.
Laughing while attempting to help the whale and record what was happening, the fishermen were excited about being up close to the creature.


Ron Kovacs was fishing in another boat opposite the young fisherman when the whale made his first appearance.
Bopping it's head out of the water, Mr Kovacs noticed the whale needed some help.
Whale breaches next to boat allowing fisherman to remove plastic


The whale swam around boats of fisherman in Middle Harbour, north of Sydney, apparently asking for help 


The whale swam around boats of fisherman in Middle Harbour, north of Sydney, apparently asking for help

Michael Riggio was taking selfies while his friend Ivan Iskenderian removed objects from the whale's mouth

Ivan Iskenderian (pictured stretching over the boat) pulls fishing lines and rubbish bags from its mouth

'He just popped his head up so you could reach out and remove the garbage. He tried on my boat but we are a bit higher,' Mr Kovacs said
'I made one grab for the bag but missed. He was very enquisitive and more interested in us.
'You could see that big eye coming out watching us. They are not dumb for sure.'
The large mammal swam from one boat to another until the garbage caught in its mouth was removed

As the whale made its way over to the other boat, Mr Kovac captured the event on his camera.
'He has a big scar on his back. He had some fishing line and two plastic bags on his head. I managed to grab at it but missed.
'He later came up to a trailer boat and presented his head as they removed the bag,' Mr Kovac wrote.
After the rubbish is removed from the whale's mouth, the creature is seen swimming away while flapping its fin - apparently showing its appreciation.
The whale appeared to flap its fin in appreciation after the fishermen successfully managed to help it

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3195807/Fishermen-selfies-whale-approached-help-getting-plastic-bag-caught-mouth-north-Sydney.html


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dailytelegraph.com.au

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