A magical bond with A spotted moray eel

A magical bond with A spotted moray eel

Decades ago, famed Australian ocean experts and cinematographers Valerie Taylor and her husband Ron began swimming the oceans, studying marine life.

Ron captured hours of footage of Valerie sharing special bonds with different aquatic species, but one of the more incredible moments was her unique relationship with a spotted moral eel named Honey.

When the two first met in 1974 at Honey’s home near Banda Island, Indonesia, the eel was very timid around Valerie.

But after a few years, something changed.

“She didn’t just come out. She swam around me, she swam between my legs, she nuzzled my face, and I thought this is amazing,” Valerie says in the video posted by the Central Florida Aquarium Society. “And after that, we have been great friends, and now when she sees me coming… and I might not see her for a year (once I didn’t see her for three years!), this thing comes out across the sand, and comes over to me and hugs and loves… there is no doubt in my mind that eel really likes me.”…


Read the whole article by Sarah Barness in The Huffington Post.


 

Shark asks divers for help

Shark asks divers for help

Text from Youtube:
On April 4th 2015, we witnessed this shark approach our shark feed and ASK for help to remove a rope that was tight around her throat! We thankfully succeeded and now have named this lovely lady, ‘Lucy’! We hope to see a lot more of her. Watch the amazing footage of the shark rescue here!!!


 

Whale freed from fishing nets

Whale freed from fishing nets

Michael Fishbach, co-founder of The Great Whale Conservancy (GWC), narrates his encounter with a young humpback whale entangled in local fishing nets.

At first, the animal appeared to be dead, yet Fishbach investigated and quickly discovered that the poor creature was tangled in a fishing net.

The humans had to act fast; what began as a tragedy soon became a thrilling rescue as Fishbach and his crew labored to free the young whale…


Read the rest of the article in Wake up world.


 

The Shark Dancer Cristina Zenato

The Shark Dancer Cristina Zenato

Huawei cell phone commercial shot in The Bahamas by Eddy Raphael, Sherman Johnson and directed by Juriaan Booij. Awarded Best Cinematography at the Ciclope Film Advertising Awards in Berlin 2015.

Words from The Shark Dancer Cristina Zenato:
Touch is how I communicate with my sharks. From the combined amazing work of art of Juriaan Booij and Underwater cameraman Eddy Raphael a short story of my life and passion and my relationship with them.
 


Elephant Come To Rescue People

Elephant Come To Rescue People

This video show the bond between Darrick and elephant Kham Lha at Elephant Nature Park when she think Darrick in trouble, so she rushed to the river and try to save him.

This is can show us that, when we treat animal with love, they always paid love back to us.