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  • Dolphin caught on video dramatically thrashing in Mississippi coast waters

    Footage showing a dolphin thrashing in the waters of the Mississippi coast on Tuesday, December 26, has gone viral, with viewers expressing concern that the cetacean was in distress, or was actually a shark. A veterinary assistant at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies in Gulfport said the dolphin was more than likely feeding.

Dolphin caught on video dramatically thrashing in Mississippi coast waters

Footage showing a dolphin thrashing in the waters of the Mississippi coast on Tuesday, December 26, has gone viral, with viewers expressing concern that the cetacean was in distress, or was actually a shark. A veterinary assistant at the Institute of Marine Mammal Studies in Gulfport said the dolphin was more than likely feeding.
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