Thursday, November 08, 2007

Dolphins Save Shark Attack Victim



Surfer Todd Endris needed a miracle. The shark — a monster great white that came out of nowhere — had hit him three times, peeling the skin off his back and mauling his right leg to the bone.

That’s when a pod of bottlenose dolphins intervened, forming a protective ring around Endris, allowing him to get to shore, where quick first aid provided by a friend saved his life.


More.

Here's a related, humorous take from the Onion: Dolphins Evolve Opposable Thumbs.

1 comment:

Battle said...

I hope you're well. Is your email in my list "Good Morning" working correctly ? (I mean, are you receiving the messages ? I received some error messages). Write to me (not here, by email), I've sent some emails but I think they didn't go. My best wishes, from your friend Battle with my bad English. :)

Sports News: CBSSports.com