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Brazil: dolphins working alongside fishermen

Dolphins helping fishermen catch fish. It may seem unbelievable but this special relationship can actually be observed in Laguna, Brazil.

04/20/2019 8:41 AM
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  • Nesrine C.
    08/24/2019 16:39

    🥰🐬

  • Joe E.
    08/04/2019 10:29

    Hope those dolphins wont go to China or they may end in pot..

  • Diana G.
    07/04/2019 09:09

    So much nicer gthan when dolphins are hearded for capture and bashed!!

  • Veronica M.
    06/22/2019 07:42

    Godbles sa mga lugar sa ma a

  • Gustavo R.
    06/20/2019 16:23

    Soo cool

  • Katherine F.
    06/20/2019 01:17

    the dolphins probably tell each other what smart people live in their neighborhood.

  • Greg S.
    06/20/2019 00:14

    I hear they use 20% of there brain humans use 10%%%

  • Miguel B.
    06/19/2019 18:27

    what's in it for the dolphins?

  • Rey A.
    06/19/2019 16:14

    But most fishermen kolls them becoz they prey with the fish that these fishermen supposed to catch.

  • Christa P.
    06/18/2019 21:07

    Also an ancient tradition in Mauritania

  • Crystal R.
    06/18/2019 12:27

    These Dolphins are traitors lol haahha jk

  • Rose F.
    06/18/2019 11:32

    Wow I was so amazed. So much love to the nature so the nature love you back.

  • Haey A.
    06/18/2019 08:37

    While DENMARK were/is/are killing our precious dolphins during their bloody festival.

  • Rey N.
    06/18/2019 08:11

    I thought that was here in phillippines we also have place name LAGUNA,

  • Jayesh B.
    06/18/2019 01:17

    😮👌🏼👌🏼

  • Joan W.
    06/17/2019 17:44

    Cool!!

  • Mauro S.
    06/16/2019 20:06

    Que massa Jonas!!!! Da-lhe Laguna!!!!

  • Jonas T.
    06/16/2019 16:22

    , mira esto! Lo que hablamos.

  • Carol M.
    06/15/2019 18:20

    AMAZING IS TOO SIMPLE A WORD FOR THIS, EXTRAORDINARY!

  • Joel M.
    06/15/2019 17:42

    The dolphins do that on their own already, circling a school of fish and making noise by slashing the water with their tails or jumping out the water; it is just out of their generosity that they allowed men to partake of natures bounty, without destroying the ecological balance.