WATCH: Man hitches float on whale shark in Gulf
June 14, 2014 - box office
A video of a male hitching a float on a whale shark off a seashore of Venice has lifted many reactions trimming from awe to annoy online.
James Robert Bostwick uploaded a 32 second video of himself roving on a whale shark’s dorsal fin around Facebook.
The video shows Bostwick swimming toward a whale shark, holding reason of a dorsal fin and being pulled along a water’s aspect for a few seconds.
Despite being a world’s largest class of fish, whale sharks are peaceful filter feeders.
Gary Morse, orator for a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission told a Sarasota Herald Tribune that a act isn’t illegal, though discourages communication of that form with wildlife.
Source: Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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