Whale says 'screw you' to whale-watching tours by swimming right into a marina.

Whale says 'screw you' to whale-watching tours by swimming right into a marina.
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On May 2nd, Captain Cy of the Strike Zone Sportfishing company and his crew were walking along the docks of Knudson Cove Marina in Ketchikan, Alaska, when something humongous jumped out of the water. It was an Alaskan humpback whale who apparently was feeding near the marina for three days.

Hold up, a massive and full-grown whale just nonchalantly swimming along the harbor? How deep is this water, exactly?

The company wrote on YouTube: “This is about 60 feet of water. They are feeding on herring. The herring was trying to use the docks for protection but this guy was determined!”

If the whale is that determined to feed, what if it decides to feed on something...other than herring? Something...human?

Whale says 'screw you' to whale-watching tours by swimming right into a marina.
There, there, good whale. Gooooood whale.

Reminder: be nice to nature, or you'll find yourself inside nature's stomach.

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