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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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  • Sónia L.
    04/20/2019 09:12

    Also in Brasil, at Pantanal, the Boto is going to be extinct. Boto is caught by villagers and served as a bait for catching catfish. 🙁

  • Anne E.
    04/20/2019 09:23

    😯

  • John J.
    04/20/2019 09:31

    look baby

  • Geoff K.
    04/20/2019 10:25

    thats really awesome...here in Australia at hamelin bay in western australia,the dolphins herd the salmon toward the fishermen,not as regularly like in brazil,but all the fishos look for the dolphins,knowing that the salmon are being pushed toward the shallows by the dolphins where they are fishing👍👍

  • Eddie M.
    04/20/2019 11:13

    Finally !! Man not being pissed off at Dolphin for taking their fish & Dolphin not being killed for something they do to survive ! ♡♡!

  • Tony T.
    04/20/2019 11:35

    Dear Dolphins, HUMANS ARE NOT TO BE TRUSTED

  • John F.
    04/20/2019 12:02

    Those Dolphins are a disgraceful sending the fish in to a trap what are they thinking .I think when the small fish are gone there next.

  • Lachy G.
    04/20/2019 12:25

    how’s this?

  • Lisa B.
    04/20/2019 12:48

    That's not fishing..

  • Luis M.
    04/20/2019 14:27

    How do dolphins benefit???

  • Angel T.
    04/20/2019 17:19

    that’s dope

  • Eileen G.
    04/20/2019 19:28

    Dolphins 🐬 are highly intelligent 🤓

  • Tim R.
    04/20/2019 20:44

    Abgefahren 😳

  • Annemarie F.
    04/21/2019 03:38

    Yep. It's called "pesca cooperativa" and exists also in a more southern city named Imbé. It's beautiful to watch. The dolphins there make a small "yes"-movement with their heads, and the fishermen throw their nets. Wonderful cooperation indeed❤

  • Diego F.
    04/21/2019 21:20

    Top

  • VinceandMarian C.
    04/21/2019 23:40

    That's because dolphins chase fish to the shore where it's easy to catch them.

  • Shaukat A.
    04/22/2019 07:55

    My god

  • Sara G.
    04/22/2019 12:12

    Laguna, terra amada <3

  • Deal J.
    04/22/2019 13:30

    😲💕

  • Lori G.
    04/22/2019 17:15

    Dolphin s have always helped us. That is the main reason we must stop killing and exploiting them.