Swimmers advise people to avoid randy dolphin
After it showed indications of “sexual hostility” towards people, the swimmers in Cornwall have been cautioned to avoid a randy dolphin.
Swimmers have been cautioned to avoid a dolphin that is turning out to be unreasonably affectionate with people.
Specialists say that the randy dolphin, which has been shot between the bathers in Cornwall and has been named Nick by local people, is now showing the indications of “sexual hostility” and it must be attracted back out to the ocean in the wake of whipping his tail at swimmers.
“Dolphins play with interesting things in the water and this can include people,” Chris Packham the TV naturalist tells the media.
“They can get sexually aggressive and there is a chance this dolphin could be loved-up and confused.”
“Imagine you got lost and ended up in the middle of a herd of elephants. It would be pretty confusing. That’s like Nick, surrounded by people – but dolphins are immensely powerful and therefore dangerous.”
According to Katheryn Wise, of the World Animal Protection good cause: “Solitary dolphins might utilize this conduct to make social bonds.”
“This behavior can be worsened if the dolphin is increasingly habituated to people’s presence. It is strongly advised to keep a safe distance in the water.”
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