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We can't handle this!
A two-headed dolphin was discovered recently on Turkey's west coast and it was a 29-year-old gym teacher named Tugrul Metin who found it!
And he, like the rest of the world, could not believe it!
Here's what he said:
They've usually got some beef over some fur Kim wore or some selfie with an imprisoned zoo animal.
We're assuming ever since Kim was flour-bombed by a PETA activist, there's now no chance of a reconciliation.
But that doesn't mean PETA is wrong to criticize her for swimming with dolphins!
Sure, lots of people do it, but that doesn't mean you aren't invading the already small space in which a dolphin is stuck, living out their entire life there.
PETA's Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said:
Margaret Howe Lovatt was an animal researcher caught up in the weirdness of the 1960's.
The weirdness we speak of is the Nasa-funded experiment on the U.S. Virgin Islands where Margaret tried to teach a dolphin named Peter to speak English.
Margaret lived with Peter the dolphin in a normal, domestic home… that just happened to be filled with knee-deep water!
She and Peter lived together and their friendship pretty quickly blossomed into something more…
Cathal Pendred, an alumnus of The Ultimate Fighter 19, is an Irish MMA star.
But he's more than just a ripped, hunky hunk of man. He's a friend to animals everywhere!
Cathal was out and about in Co Clare, Ireland when he noticed a young, injured dolphin swimming near the shoreline.
He saw it struggling and couldn't just leave it there, so he
Adam Walker, a British long-distance swimmer, is fighting for a great cause.
He's swimming to raise money for the nonprofit Whale and Dolphin Conservation. Adam is doing the Ocean's Seven, a global challenge made of seven long-distance swims.
While on the Cook Strait swim, a 16-mile journey across open water in New Zealand, he spotted something pretty alarming:
Looks like this Flipper flipped out!
While visiting San Antonio's SeaWorld, a 9-year old girl was reportedly petting a dolphin at their Dolphin Cove where petting is allowed, when the dolphin allegedly bit her hand so tightly, that her mother was unable to free her from its clutches.
In fact, it took a SeaWorld employee to extricate her from the mouth of the beast. Okay, dolphins aren't beasts, but still…scary stuff! We knew dolphins had sex for fun, but gnawing on little girls? Keep it classy, guys!
Now, PETA is asking