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Dolphins protect a diver from a shark [Animals]
posted February 24 2013 19:39.37 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Is this a rescue or a game? Is this cleverness or pure instinct? Well, whatever this is, it shows how amazing animals dolphins are. Watch this footage decide yourselves. The diver believes that the dolphins tried to save him from a hammerhead shark.

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  • At 25 February 2013, 3:13:44 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • afaik hammerhead sharks eat small animals. they detect them on the ground. They have a small mouth for that reason. I don't think it wanted to hurt the diver. I think it was just curious.

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