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Surfer drives stranded baby porpoise 130 miles back to sea; hoped for ‘Free Willy’ moment

British surfers Ben Rogers and Dave Butterton were paddling into the water to surf the Severn tidal bore upriver near Epney in Gloucestershire on Saturday when they heard splashing on a sandbank and discovered a stranded baby porpoise. “We thought about just releasing her back into the channel, but it is pretty inevitable that she The post Surfer drives stranded baby porpoise 130 miles back to sea; hoped for ‘Free Willy’ moment appeared first on GrindTV.
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