Friday, August 3, 2012

Dear Whales And Shark,

A whale shark stranded at Baru Pandan Simo Beach in Bantul, Yogyakarta, on Wednesday. The giant creature, which died on Thursday, Aug.2, 2012, attracted many people who wanted to see the giant creature at a close distance. (Photographed by Slamet Susanto for The Jakarta Post)

Rescuers attempt to free a sperm whale that was stuck in shallow waters off Pakis Jaya beach in Karawang, West Java, Indonesia, on Friday, July 28, 2012. The 12-meter (39-foot) sperm whale washed ashore Wednesday. (AP/Dadang Tri. Source)

National Parks and Wildlife members use a power shovel to remove a dead 12-meter (39-foot) long humpback whale for disposal on Newport beach in Sydney on Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. The whale was washed into an ocean pool Wednesday before it was taken out by the high tide overnight and washed onto the adjacent beach. (AP/Rob Griffith. Source)

The stranded whale at the Kuala Sungai Sitompok beach in Kuala Penyu, near Kota Kinabalu, Thursday, Aug.2, 2012. Photographed by Zunnur Al Shafiq. Source)

Please stop stranding on the beaches.


A diver who wants to swim with the Cetaceans one day.

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