One of our brokers, Roy came across this incredible video. Last week on the Brazillian beach, Arraial do Cabo, 30 dolphins were washed ashore and stranded. Trapped by the strong current they were unable to swim back into the ocean. Dozens of beachgoers immediately started dragging the dolphins back into deeper water.
Click the link or image below to watch – http://elcomercio.pe/player/1384898
What an amazing rescue!
Gary, one of our brokers, stumbled upon a freshly caught Bonnethead Shark on Turtle Beach yesterday. Bonnetheads are the smallest of the hammerhead shark family, growing to about 3 1/2 feet. They usually swim in small groups of 5 to 15. (Schools of hundreds to even thousands have been reported though!)
After the hook was gently removed from the shark’s mouth, it was released unharmed back into the sea. Never a dull day by the ocean!
I stumbled across this video today which shows people ice fishing on lake Saarijärvi in Vaala, Finland, but it’s unlike any fishing excursion I’ve ever seen. Although the images of the ice and water are beautiful, I must admit to being in a state of confusion the entire time. Something just wasn’t right, things were moving in the wrong directions.
Thankfully, the illusion revealed itself at the very end. (after feeling a little foolish, I had to watch the video again to appreciate its sheer awesomeness.)
Take a look.