Jan 04, 2013
A report describing this rare form of food sharing behavior in wild dolphins was published on December 4, 2012 in the journal Anthrozoös: A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Interactions of People & Animals
Lets keep things in order each animal in their natural habitat for the preservation of each others species.
They both sound like kooks..........why do they have to subject their unborn child to this nonsense?
OMG, if I was that baby and came out to see dolphins and my two weirdo hippie parents, I'd swim like hell to get away!!
That is so dumb. Who cares. I hope SHARKS eat her alive! What a couple of loons!
I LOVE DOLPHINS
Great creatures and teachers ... gifted and humane teachers ... an older and wiser species...
I can't believe that no one else has said it - So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish.Douglas Adams.
Dr. John C. Lilly's book "Man and Dolphin" would be excellent reading for anyone. He presents the hypothesis that man's first interspecies communication may well occur right here on Earth with Tursiops truncatus (the Atlantic bottle nosed dolphin). He worked with these animals for years. :-)
marks9890 UR a disgusting reminder of some sub species of humans with limited, narrow perceptions and an obvious smaller brain capacity than any dolphin or mythical merpeople!!!
If I might add a different perspective... rather thancoming from the intellect, books ,science and so on, though I find that facinating. Instead of making everything so complicated and full of your own agendas, from my own personal experiences I offer a simple fact....they like humans. It is really very simple, given the chnce they love to interact with humans, play,nuzzle and prorect us when necessary. I have benefited from their protectiveness when a teenager and laughed with them as they gently played with the girl on the sand bar. They simply enjoy us and as for me I delight in them as well. No mystery and nothing man has not long known...it takes science a long time to catch on doesn't it? Don't however attempt to ride them take hold of a fin if one comes to you but don;t force yourself on anyone or any living creature...no one likes it......no species!