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Aug 10, 2011

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She's lovely! A precious stone of the ocean. I just hope that people won't hurt this kind of natural creature in their own habitat.

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I pray she finds her way back to the sea unharmed soon.... Pity the fate of this creature if they do..good blog..keep sending like this good post its really great..

nico fanelli

love to catch that

Lynette

A truly amazing creature God created. Graceful, tender, beautiful...I pray she finds her way back to the sea unharmed soon.

Gerald Graham

Let's just hope and pray that the Makah don't get wind of this! Pity the fate of this creature if they do.

Geoff Barwise

Fingers crossed that this magnificent animal finds it's way back out to see soon

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She's beautiful! A precious gem of the ocean. I just hope that people won't harm this kind of natural creature in their own habitat.

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