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"Looking for food" - that would make it a male dolphin, right?
Fantastic! You are so lucky. I have never seen a wild dolphin or whale and I would love to. I like that you don't take it for granted. I think it says a lot about you :)
I would be excited about seeing the dolphin too. I love seeing things free in their natural environment.
It's funny, as soon as I saw that pic I started hearing Jaws music in my head.
nor do i !!! nor do i !!! and every time i see them up, close and personal, I want to swim with them .....:)
I was definitely thinking Jaws, too.JAM, you must spend hours at the Indian River Lagoon.
So was it a shark? Or a dolphin? I'm confused!!
The fin thing and the "looking for food" thing makes me think shark too! I will take your word for it that it was a dolphin. :)
there's a little seafood restaurant right on a lagoon in vero beach that my grandmother liked to take us to. we always saw dolphins there....you could get a window seat and watch them while you ate. i loved it!
CG: It's definitely a dolphin.A shark's fin is more triangular with straighter lines.A dolphin's fin has a more curved front and back edge like the one you see in the top photo.It's a dolphin.John, yeah, you're probably right that it's probably male if it's scrounging for food.
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