Saturday, 18 July 2015

The Dive of DEATH to Save Dog From Hot Springs – David Allen Kirwan, USA

A sad but classic story of man being selfless in the face of danger – a powerful instinct embedded in our psyche which disallows us to sometimes think rationally and results more often than not, in our death.

Heedless of the danger, saving his dog was the only thing on this man’s mind before jumping into the hot springs…

The hot springs found in abundance throughout Yellowstone National Park’s thermal areas are bubbling cauldrons of steam and boiling water, most of them hotter than 150° F, and many of the in the 185° – 205°F range. (Due to the elevation, water boils at about 198° in Yellowstone.)

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