Monday, September 1, 2014

Protect the Dolphins and this is Why Part 1


With A Dolphin's Tale 2 is going to premiere in a couple of weeks, I thought that maybe you should know of some facts about these wonderful mammals and want to protect them from the entertainment world.



A baby dolphin with its umbilical cord still attached was found beached near Montevideo City, Uruguay. Luckily, a rescue organization got involved and and has been nursing the little guy back to health.
To see some of the most amazingly cute pictures follow the link: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/adorable-pictures-of-man-taking-care-of-an-orphane

The important thing about this man and this really cute dolphin is that he is training it to go back to the ocean and they will either train it or find a family for the little guy.

1.They live in a Family.

 A dolphin family is called a pod or less often, a school. The male dolphins are called bulls, the females are known as cows and the babies called calves. A dolphin pod is usually made up o  related family members with a around a doxen or so members on average. However, duing a certain seasons or where food in plentiful, many smaller family groups may join together in what scientists call "superpods." These superpods can have hundreds of dolphins in them during the short time they remain together.

Dolphins deserve to be free. They have been documented that they suffer from depression when put into captivity. I don't know if you remember the TV show Flipper.  Richard O’Barry was the trainer started out capturing and training dolphins for the Miami Seaquarium and through the 1960s became the head trainer for the five dolphins who collectively played Flipper on the popular American TV show, while also serving as stunt double for show cast member Luke Halpin.[1] When, in early 1970, a few years after production of Flipper had ended, Kathy, the dolphin who most often played Flipper, did not resurface for air, O' Barry considered the possibility that she had committed suicide, and concluded that capturing, displaying and training dolphins to perform tricks was wrong


This is going to be a series. Stay tuned for more Dolphin Fun and not so funny Facts.





Until We Meet Again
Claudia
 


Identification

  • A dolphin family is called a pod or, less often, a school. The male dolphins are called bulls, the females are known as cows and the babies called calves.

Size

  • A dolphin pod is usually made up of related family members with around a dozen or so members on average. However, during certain seasons or where food in plentiful, many smaller family groups may join together in what scientists call "superpods." These superpods can have hundreds of dolphins in them during the short time they remain together.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_4572048_what-dolphins-family-like.html

Identification

  • A dolphin family is called a pod or, less often, a school. The male dolphins are called bulls, the females are known as cows and the babies called calves.

Size

  • A dolphin pod is usually made up of related family members with around a dozen or so members on average. However, during certain seasons or where food in plentiful, many smaller family groups may join together in what scientists call "superpods." These superpods can have hundreds of dolphins in them during the short time they remain together.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_4572048_what-dolphins-family-like.html

Identification

  • A dolphin family is called a pod or, less often, a school. The male dolphins are called bulls, the females are known as cows and the babies called calves.

Size

  • A dolphin pod is usually made up of related family members with around a dozen or so members on average. However, during certain seasons or where food in plentiful, many smaller family groups may join together in what scientists call "superpods." These superpods can have hundreds of dolphins in them during the short time they remain together.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_4572048_what-dolphins-family-like.html

Identification

  • A dolphin family is called a pod or, less often, a school. The male dolphins are called bulls, the females are known as cows and the babies called calves.

Size

  • A dolphin pod is usually made up of related family members with around a dozen or so members on average. However, during certain seasons or where food in plentiful, many smaller family groups may join together in what scientists call "superpods." These superpods can have hundreds of dolphins in them during the short time they remain together.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_4572048_what-dolphins-family-like.html
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