Rare Images - dolphin giving birth

An underwater video camera captured the birth of a dolphin. The event took place at Dolphin Quest Hawaii, where female Keo (12) gave birth on September 17 . The birth took place under close supervision of specialized personnel. Keo's labor lasted about an hour, according to the Huffington Post. The first 30 days are critical to baby dolphin so at Dolphin Quest Hawaii staff will closely monitor its progress.

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+33 1. Premtm commented 7 years ago

WOW....first time got to see...thank you snotr for showing this.... :)
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+9 2. sartre commented 7 years ago

The tail... I can see the tail!

Fantastic to see how lively the baby dolphin is the moment it's born.
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+27 3. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

Interesting how the small dolphin knows how do swim, and to follow his mom, and stuff like that. It's like he is pre-programmed to do so :D If you look at a human baby when he is born he doesn't know what the heck is going on... I always wondered that... it's like when a small chick cracks the shell to get out of the egg, already knows how to walk and who's his mom.... this world is full of mysteries... what a beautiful world to live in :)
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-3 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 7 years ago

Yay :'( ha-ha-ha :'( woo-hoo! Now this is what life is all about! :D
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+12 5. sartre commented 7 years ago

Dunno Geekster, a human baby knows its mom's voice, responds to music it heard in the womb, knows how to suckle etc. Luckily we don't need to be mobile straight away, our parents protect us from predators.

One thing that occurred to me, watching the video, was that a lot of blood ends up in the water. That's got to be of interest to any nearby sharks. I'd guess that a dolphin pod would be at high alert whenever a calf is born.
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+3 6. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

That's for sure #5 Sartre , they must act with caution and keep a low profile when in the ocean
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+16 7. xxxLesy commented 7 years ago

#3 Human babies can also instinctively swim immediately after birth. Google underwater birth.

"During their first year of life, babies will calmly and happily paddle underwater, gazing around with eyes wide open. When they need to breathe, they naturally paddle toward the surface of the water before taking a breath. Babies instinctively know not to breathe while their heads are still submerged underwater. They wait until they reach the surface of the water before breathing. It seems to be only later that humans lose these instincts and become more prone to drowning."
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+2 8. millybert69 commented 7 years ago

took me about 13 years to learn how to swim
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+8 9. Sitef commented 7 years ago

If you compare human babies to other animal babies, our babies really look helpless, almost pathetic. The difference is that the potential of human babies is a lot higher than those of other animals. Animals dont "learn" many new things while they grow up. Look at what we do... we learn to walk, speak, communicate in many different complex ways, build huge things, change the whole planet for better or worse etc etc.
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+2 10. Gondy10 commented 7 years ago

Worth watching than Twilight.. The suspense is too exciting..
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0 11. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

Push, push, push.....yaaay!!! :) :) :)