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Brenda fetch me the shotgun would you.

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So who is gae?

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Life in the sea is associated with many various and incredible events and sensations, and the close proximity to the beauty and power of mother nature makes it possible to see the world in a way that almost none of us saw it.


Rabaki Mallory Harrigan, Cliff Russell and Allan Russell were at sea a few miles from the Labrador Peninsula in eastern Canada when they stumbled upon a completely unusual phenomenon. 

 At the top of a small mushroom-shaped iceberg, which was slowly drifting into the open ocean, there was some kind of animal, apparently, completely non-swimming.  It turned out to be a hungry and deathly frightened arctic fox, soaking wet and stupefied by the cry of seagulls circling above it.


“He probably ended up looking for food there,” said Mallory Harrigan in an interview with Bored Panda.  “Cliff says the beast jumped out on the ice during the hunt, and at that moment the huge ice floe broke off and began to swim into the ocean.” 

 Knowing that the poor animal is doomed to a terrible death from cold and hunger, Mallory and her teammates decided that they should intervene and do everything possible to try to save his life.  They sailed on their boat directly to the iceberg and somehow miraculously managed to lure the Arctic fox on board.


When the fishermen finally managed to take the animal on board, the crew members carefully built something like a bed and began to feed and care for the poor fox.


Once again on land, the grateful arctic fox was released back into its natural habitat.  He had a good rest, slept well, and his stomach was full of sausages.  A simple manifestation of human kindness saved his life.  Mallory says she is still looking through his eyes from time to time, unwittingly peering into old dog kennels in Williams Harbor.  


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Adorable yet threatening.

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