Where have we seen something like this before??? (OH YEAH.)
Kim Kardashian recently shared an Instagram photo AND video of her and a dolphin becoming VERY close!
Like we're kind-of-wondering-Kanye West-is-jealous close!
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…
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
Jennifer Aniston may be an international star but there is one country that she won't be gracing with her presence anytime soon…
No, she's not still harboring some weird resentment left over from WWII…
Listen up, President Obama!
Sean Penn, Cher, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Charlize Theron, Ellen DeGeneres and William Shatner, along with others have signed a letter written by Russell Simmons urging you to step and and stop Japan’s annual roundup and slaughter of bottlenose dolphins!
It's high time this tradition be stopped — and we're fully aware how cultures deserve their own traditions and how they should be respected. That is, as long as they're not bringing ANYONE or ANYTHING harm!
The letter was addressed to Caroline Kennedy, the U.S. ambassador to Japan.
Here's some of what the letter said: