Only a whale that came to the aid of the woman helped her avoid a terrible fate.
Nan Houser is over 60years old and has spent half her life researching whales in the wild. One day, while studying the behavior of whales in the Pacific Ocean, she drowned.
At that moment, her colleagues were flying over the ocean using drones.
The biologist, who has seen a lot in her career, was suddenly frightened when she saw a giant whale nearby, which was rapidly and inevitably approaching her. Faced with such a large animal, the woman had no way to survive.
The crew was too far away to help her.
But the whale didn’t want to kill the woman. Swimming closer to her, he struggled to push her out of the water, first with his huge swimmer, and then gently pushing her with his nose.
At that moment, Nan was even more frightened, because the air of his equipment would not last long. Every moment was eternal for her, these moments were the most terrible in her life.
And then the whale, with a little more effort, gently pushed her out of the water. Fortunately, there were people nearby who could quickly help Nan.
Recalling the details of this terrible and at the same time joyful event, experts came to the conclusion that the main danger for a diver is not at all peaceful floating points in the ocean.
When Nan turned, sharks swam towards her-much more dangerous creatures.
The woman’s colleagues were in despair, stopped the recording, not wanting to watch the scene of Nan’s cruel murder. Only one whale helped the woman, which helped her avoid a terrible fate.
This case is another proof that animals are unusually fast and quick-witted and always ready to help people.