Jonah, a lobster diver from Massachusetts, gave a brief insight into the biblical story of a hampback whale falling into the mouth of a whale before spitting out with only a slight injury. Lobster diver Michael Packard posted a picture of a sore throat on the province’s suburban community space Facebook page on Friday, June 11, but it was the word that caught the world’s attention.
“Hi everyone, I just want to make it clear what happened to me today. I was lobster diving and a hampback whale tried to eat me. I was in his closed mouth for about 30 to 40 seconds before he got up on his bottom and spat at me. I’m very injured but I don’t have any bones. I would like to thank the Provincial Suburban Rescue Team for their care and assistance.” As many experts have noted, the whale did not actually try to eat the packard. Hampbacks live on krill and small fish diets. They lack teeth, instead have balloons, so it was good to chew the packard but it wasn’t equipped with scuba gear.
Furthermore, according to the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS), their internal digestive system is completely dissatisfied with swallowing an adult male, (as opposed to sperm whales) reporting that Packard is “swallowed” is confusing. Understandably, Packard thought it wasn’t when he found himself in the beast’s mouth. Equally, Packard has not been well-positioned to determine the value of his oral cetacean species. “I was completely inside; It was completely black, “Packard told the Cape Cod Times after being released from the hospital later that day.” “At first I thought it was probably a shark.
But because of the lack of teeth and its size I soon realized that what I was was a whale … I thought to myself, ‘I have no way out of here. I’m dead, I’m dead. ” To make matters worse, he also lost control of his scuba gear in a jolt and could have drowned if he hadn’t found it again. Croatia’s Josiah Mayo gave the identity on Packard’s boat, telling Packard’s sister he had broken the surface of the water with a crunch and came out shaking Packard’s head. Mayo picked him up and wireless to meet them at the pier for an ambulance. Mayo’s father is wheel expert Charles “Stormy” Mayo, so he probably knows his whales.