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Cape Cod, a fisherman swallowed by a whale

Almost like Pinocchio, almost like Giona. Michael Packard, an American lobster fisherman, recently dived into the waters of Provincetown, Massachusetts, when he found himself in the mouth of a humpback whale. But the whale, after 30-40 seconds, spat it out, and Packard slipped away with a knee dislocation.

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“Here, I’m going to die”

The 56-year-old said that on Friday morning, due to the excellent weather, he boarded the boat with a companion. He said that when he went out to sea with his snorkeling gear, he was shocked and “everything got dark” Wbz-Tv News. It was believed that he was attacked by a great white shark, but he realized that the animal had no teeth. Then I understood and said to myself, ‘Oh my God, I’m in the mouth of a whale and it’s trying to swallow me. Here, I will die.”

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By our correspondent Antonello Guerrera


thrown into the air

Think of his wife and children, who are between 12 and 15 years old. He thought it was done for. Fortunately, shortly thereafter, the humpback whale – an animal that feeds by opening its mouth to swallow all the fish it can come across – came to the surface, began to shake its head and threw it into the air: “I was free, I could not believe it … and now I am Here I can say it.”

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Packard was returned to the boat by his partner, Packard was then rescued ashore by Provincetown firefighters and taken to Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. In nearly 40 years of respectable work, nothing like this has ever happened to him. Despite his wife’s protests, he says he has no intention of changing his job.

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