A Brave Fisherman Jumped into the Siberian Sea to Save a Dog!


Scientific parameter to quantify the extent of...
Scientific parameter to quantify the extent of sea ice. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Russian Fisherman Rescues Stranded Dog on Floating Ice (text is French, but you can watch the video)

A brave fisherman jumped into the Siberian sea to save a dog which got stranded on a floating ice floe in freezing temperatures. The black dog was seen shivering on a block of ice in waters off Magadan Port, Siberia, in the Okhotsk Sea in snowy weather. The Russian fisherman jumped into the water, which can drop to temperatures of -24C in winter, to save the terrified pooch. Video footage shows the dog floating around 20ft away from the nearest boat in the port, which is covered in a thick blanket of snow. The dog appears either to be frozen stuck to the ice or to be reluctant to board the ship with the stranger. Once lifted to safety the dog joins two huskies on the shore and can be seen scampering away unfazed by its wintery voyage. http://tinyurl.com/cfay32g

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2 thoughts on “A Brave Fisherman Jumped into the Siberian Sea to Save a Dog!

  1. Blessings on those who from a place of empathy and compassion, take action to protect, defend and lend voice to innocent, sentient, living beings who cannot speak for themselves.

    Your future posts will be on our radar.

    ~Gerean Pflug for The Animal Spirits

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