Is "Help Me" Universal? Watch This Remarkable Interaction Between a Whale Shark and 3 Fishermen

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A whale shark needing help - a true shark that is in no way related to whales - has the distinction of being the largest fish in the ocean. It is a filter feeder and would never swallow a human being. This remarkable story is of a whale shark that sought help from three fishermen off the coast of Australia just south of Sydney in March, 2003. The documentary is narrated by Mark Spencer with music and production support by Roger
Faynes.

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