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I am really curious as to why the whales did this? With a second whale taking the line it doesn't seem like an accident. Very curious ... Very interesting.

Of course, boats have been sunk by killer whales attacking them which I found hard to believe also.
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Reminds me of a Lassie episode. Maybe they were towing the sailboat to a specific place. (Unlikely, I know.)

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That's just about one of the most amazing things I've seen. Just WOW!!!!!!
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I think I would have tried to use a few flares at close range.

-those crazy kids...
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That's just too wild, TOO WILD!.......i2f
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