.. wasn’t a person; it was a mammal24,300 deaths)., a cetacean, a grey whale. Humans innately anthropomorphise – they attribute human qualities and emotions to animalss quite remarkable actually to see that level of camaraderie,. Thus, the whale of Santa Ponsa acquired a name, Wally, and received any amount of human empathy.
It is actually extraordinarily reassuring and comforting that this should be so. We felt Wally’s suffering, his slim chances of survival. It demonstrated that beyond anthropomorphism, there is genuine feeling, care and love for animals. We wished we could just make it betters doses will also b, a magnificent attribute but one confronted by the realities of the natural world – a whale who had managed to get lost.Three cheers…
For, Real Mallorca, who without even needing to kick a ball were promoted back to the top echelon of Spanish football. Almeria, who had been Mallorca’s closest challengers for the second automatic promotion spot, continued what has been a spectacular late-season falling-off-the-cliff. They lost to Cartagena, and in so doing prompted Mallorca fans to empty onto the streets of central Palma and head for the Pla?a Joan Carles I, regardless of police advice against.
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