VIRAL: Two men caught ‘surfing’ on a whale shark is now being hunted by Marine conservationists!!


Man surfs on whale shark!
Two men caught ‘surfing’ on a whale shark is now being hunted by Marine conservationists!!

Recently a video footage of two men caught standing on a full-grown Whale Shark has been circulating the internet after it was uploaded on the social media site Facebook. The men was caught as if they were ‘surfing’ the animal while being pulled by a rope that is tied to a boat. The gentle giant then tried to submerged as if feeling the additional weight from the unwanted back-riders, the men then swam back to the boat thinking that the animal was gone but after a few seconds the animal resurfaced and gave one man the chance to ‘surf’ it again.

The man then hanged behind the boat grabbing the rope then swam to the back of the creature and ‘surfed’ again and seems to have fun doing it. The poor animal submerged again feeling the weight returning. After the ‘joyride’ the man then climbs up the boat like a child who has experienced riding a roller coaster for the first time. It was obviously a form of animal cruelty and should be given appropriate actions, though it wasn’t clear where the video footage was taken as to identify where the culprits may reside.

The whale shark is a very rare species that is already on the endangered list of marine mammals all-over the globe. This gentle giants only eat planktons that’s why they aren’t a threat to humans but we clearly are a threat to them as they often go near boats and small ships trying to score some free meals as some people have been recorded feeding the wild animals making them rely on humans for food. Hopefully the suspects are caught and thought a proper lesson so no one else does it again.







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VIRAL: Two men caught ‘surfing’ on a whale shark is now being hunted by Marine conservationists!! VIRAL: Two men caught ‘surfing’ on a whale shark is now being hunted by Marine conservationists!!  Reviewed by Jose Galao on 1:22 PM Rating: 5

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