One day after, Danny woke up in water, he didn’t see Woofy. He was so worried that kept running around and shouted Woofy’s name. After an hour of searching, he found his dog, in a state of trauma, his leg was injured by a floating log. Danny quickly brought Woofy out of the water and take him to the side of the mountain and try to see how to heal him, but he had nothing to heal the dog. Three days later, Danny thought that he really need to get some food, or else he would starve to death, but all his bullets were washed away by the storm, he was already starving while Woofy almost died.
The whole crew was worried, but John assumed that everything would be fine and he continued to sail. The men again told him that the food supply would not last them 2 more days, yet John kept on. This time Hugh and Elyot told him we are complete out of food. John acted as if he didn’t care, but this time he packed up and started towards England. The men happened to be down by his chamber when they smelt a peculiar smell.
Keltie was the first to be killed by Tilikum's stress and frustration. After Byrne death they closed down SeaLand and put Tilikum for sale. SeaWorld purchased him for their breeding program. The 54% of the Orcas at SeaWorld have Tilikums DNA. After 25 years at SeaWorld Tilikum started to show an abnormal and repetitive behavior where he would chew on metal gates and on the concrete sides of the tanks which has caused his teeth to warn down.
I wonder if the narrator of the story will pick the bass or Sheila Mant. Bass. The boy loves to fish, it’s his favorite activity to do in his free time. He is holding on to the fish because of how big it is, and how important it is to catch. The boy is so focused on this fish that he is ignoring Sheila.
If he were living normally, he would most likely become bored and depressed. In a letter to his brother, McCandless writes, “I know that I could not bear the routine and humdrum of the life that you are forced to lead. I don’t think I could ever settle down. I have known too much of the depths of live already, and I would prefer anything to an anticlimax” (Krakauer 87). This means that McCandless would rather live an exciting life and would hate to live a normal one.
There Louie had been stripped of his dignity and was being dehumanized, but he had still survived. In the novel, Unbroken Laura Hillenbrand uses two of Louie’s traits which are Resiliency and Optimism. Along Louie’s journey he had been in a crash along with his crewmen most of them died. They were stranded for a long time, 47 days max. There had been no people, food,water nothing.
The passengers adrift faced cold water, drowning, exhaustion, or no life jacket. After a few hours, 10 ships, trawlers, fishing boats and torpedo boats came to rescue the passengers, some were unconscious but alive. Some were far beyond alive. The admiralty were quick to blame turner, but they provided no escort for Lucy or anti sub patrols. Turner avoided blame.
Another instance of a deadly killer whale attack happened in Spain. Alexis Martinez was killed by the 14 year old killer whale Keto (Jacobs). Keto was born in Sea World but was later separated from his mother and was sold to a water park in Spain, Loro Parque. Keto suffered with separation issues from his mother and had frequent run ins with his tank mates causing tension, anxiety, and stress to build. On December 24, 2009, Keto pulled Alexis Martinez into the tank where he drowned.
When rat jumped off octopus he told octopus he pooped on his head! Octopus was so mad of this even today he still hates rat but, rat got the worst tattoo because of this. When humans die they need to be buried near the lagoon. Later they rise up and try to go to the island
Nothing seemed… “real” to him at this point. First, he fell off of his boat and then had just outsmarted the world’s greatest hunter, that hunted humans! How could this have been possible? He kept on wandering until finally, he fell asleep. Rainsford then found himself stuck in a dream that kept replaying itself over, and over, and over again.