Rescuers Free Humpback Whales Caught in Fishing Lines in Hawaii

Published 29 Mar 2018, 16:35 BST
Rescuers Free Humpback Whales Caught in Fishing Lines in Hawaii

These rescuers risk their lives to free whales caught up in discarded fishing lines. This marine sanctuary was first set up in 1992 and is dedicated to protecting the 21,000 whales within it.

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Rescuers Free Humpback Whales Caught in Fishing Gear in Hawaii

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