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This poor baby dolphin got caught in a fisherman's deadly net, around the Italian island of Procida, Naples, as the mother helplessly didn't leave its side. Luckily,  the baby dolphin was freed by a kind fisherman, who happened to be there, and the mother celebrated her baby's freedom by jumping for joy! 

It is physically impossible not to smile when she's the mother's reaction! 

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Here Are Some Dolphin Memes For Your Viewing Pleasure

Don't miss out on these funny memes about dolphins. Simply enjoy these dolphin memes without needing a porpoise.

A splash of dolphin memes for no particular porpoise
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21 Unbelievable WTF Fun Facts About Dolphins

Think you know everything about dolphins? Well, think again! Here are some facts that remind us just how intelligent and beautiful dolphins are (which makes us sadder at the thought of them being held in captivity). They truly are amazing animals, and these fascinating facts will only make you love dolphins even more. 

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Scientist Discover A New Type Of Dolphin Breed in Hawaii

Dolphins are like the puppies of the ocean. So adorable and playful. And people believed that all the types of dolphin breeds had already been discovered. However, nature is always changing and always evolving, and now for the first-ever, a hybrid between a melon-headed dolphin and a rough-toothed dolphin was found off the coast of Kauai, Hawaii. 

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People Come Together To Save Dolphins From Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma has created quite the stir. The hurricane has already devastated areas such as the Bahamas, as it makes it's way towards Florida.  But what will happen to all the animals caught within it's past? 

Cuba has already started to evacuate not only the people but, dolphins as well in helicopters in the face of the devastation by Irma. 




Dolphins being evacuated from Hurricane Irma
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Captain Dave Anderson captured this footage in Dana Point, California.

This is the most beautiful and compelling five minute video I have ever put together. I learned so much about these whales and dolphins from this drone footage that it feels like I have entered a new dimension! I have not been this excited about a new technology since we built our underwater viewing pods on our whale watching boat. Drones are going to change how we view the animal world.