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A southern Argentinian wardess is known as the “whales charmer”. Can you imagine having the ability to communicate these marine mammals?
Roberto Bubas has been working as a guard for more than 25 years in Península Valdés, located in the province of Chubut, Argentina. A wonderful natural treasure declared a World Heritage Site, surrounded by beaches and immense cliffs where they live wolves and elephants, dolphins, tonins, penguins and the famous southern right whale, among other species.
In this far corner of the south, he is the only known human being in the world who formed a strong bond with killer whales!
“ Beto” Bubasbecame known forplaying the harmonica to the killer whaleson the coast of the peninsula as a method of communication with this species of dolphines.And, in turn, through this peculiar practice, for helping a child with autism.
It was Augustine. At that time he was a 7-year-old boy, deaf and dumb with autistic behaviors who, when he visited the beach of Punta Norte, managed to improve his communication by contact with the nature of the place.
From this fascinating story, the film El faro de las orcasis born, starring Joaquín Furriel and Marivel Verdú. Based on the narration written by the goalkeeper where he tells the experience with the child.
The passionate ranger was born in Esquel, on the Cordillera side of Patagonia, on August 20, 1970. Robertogrew up reading the adventures of CaptainJacques Cousteau, loved the life of that legendary French researcher who traveled the world's oceans on the legendary shipCalypso.
At the age of 20, he moved to the town of Puerto Madryn to study Biology M
Publication Date: 02/06/2020
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