It’s one thing for me to blog about my personal stories about interspecies communication such as whale communication and dolphin communication.
Or whales talking.
It’s another to hear it from a completely different part of the world.
Recently in New Zealand, rescuers were attempting to save a whale and it’s calf from being stranded on the shoreline, but without success.
As it turns out the whales were sending out distress signals, which was picked up by a nearby dolphin. The dolphin came quite close to the rescuers and the whales and was able to calm the two whales down.
The dolphin had to recognize that the two whales were endangered. Why? Well, once the whales calmed down, the dolphin then guided the whales out of the small lagoon to safety and freedom.
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The point is, one of the rescuers recognized that the dolphin could actually communicate with the whale and in the end, guide both whales to safety. One could say that the dolphin knew that the rescuers were trying to help the two endangered whales and saw their dilemma. And so the dolphin came to ‘everyones’ rescue. That is amazing in itself!
Now, how many people out there can say that whales have no awareness? What are the chances that a dolphin would just come over and help a whale? What are the chances of it then calming the whales down, getting them to swim out by guiding the two through a narrow channel to freedom?
There are so many incredible things that, if we only are willing to really look around and outside our focused (or dispersed) lives, life goes far beyond our own limited understanding of it. And yet, if we are only willing to listen and look, those realities are there for the taking! It borders on magical!
One could almost label the above occurrence as human, or how some good humans treat each other. But how could that be?
I would love to hear your comments on this.