Talking to Dolphins | Animal Superpowers

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+2 1. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

They could be the smartest mammals on this planet.
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+9 2. Davewave commented 8 years ago

5:31 <3 I also want to communicate with this female
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+8 3. blue_alien commented 8 years ago

#1 Everyone knows that mice are the smartest creatures on the planet, dolphins are second. :D

Incredible experience! I don't care about the communication part, just swimming with dolphins is enough for me.
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+6 4. LobsterKing commented 8 years ago

No, there was not a "mind-meld" between humans and dolphins. 4:55 this is the guy that makes shows like this unwatchable.
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+6 5. samxgx commented 8 years ago

Like we are guests in a strangers house?
is that how a prison warden feels like going inside an inmate's cell?

#4, EXACTLY what I thought. hate those types...
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+1 6. moskwiz commented 8 years ago

Yup.. of all the species held in captivity the dolphins are surely one of the saddest. Keeping a being with such an advanced echo-locator sensory organ in a small confined space with walls is torment, no doubt about it. It's the same as keeping a human being in a solarium without the glasses, for years..
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+1 7. Unknown commented 8 years ago

Typical brainwashing science program. Could be a scene from"they live"....No idependent thought..... consume.....obey . Yes, they normally live in the ocean but they prefer to be here so they can mind meld with us. Give me a break.I'm sure this either U.S. or 51st state of America (U.K.) TV.