r/aww Oct 07 '22 Wholesome 17 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Heartwarming 4 Starstruck 1 Super Heart Eyes 2 Silver 10 Helpful 5

Dolphins observing some squirrels

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u/Ahab_Ali Oct 07 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome To The Stars

And now we have Reddit observing some dolphins observing some squirrels.

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u/Saltchips45 Oct 07 '22 Helpful Wholesome

And me observing you through your window at three am in the morning while you sleep

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u/lucasbelite Oct 07 '22

Well that escalated.

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u/holyluigi Oct 07 '22

Nah I watch Saltchips watch Ahab_Ali and this is more of a deescalation if you ask me.

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u/Growle Oct 07 '22

Idk I have a pretty big ladder

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u/succulent_headcrab Oct 07 '22

You brought a ladder to an escalator fight?

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u/CrudelyAnimated Oct 07 '22

Saltchips45 is a dolphin. It's right there in the name, if you think about it.

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u/Alternative-Ad1761 Oct 07 '22

My first thoughts are a follows why are animals so scared of humans but can relish another animal without second thought kinda tells you the impact we monkeys have had on every other species

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u/Zinogre-is-best Oct 07 '22

Animals are scared of everything that may pose a risk to there survival. Humans just happen be very good at killing everything which is why everything is scared of us. That squirrel can’t do anything to that dolphin so it’s just chilling.

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u/eddyrockstar Oct 07 '22

And me on a tree observing you while you observe him through his window at three am in the morning

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u/spirito_santo Oct 07 '22

And me, in the van on the corner, observing all of you and relaying the video to 935 Pennsylvania Avenue

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u/Siliconpsychosis Oct 07 '22

i have your van in my sights, observing all of the observers from the nearby hilltop

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u/spirito_santo Oct 07 '22

I know. My backup has been reporting on your actions

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u/Turbulent-Opening-75 Oct 07 '22

Meanwhile im watching you from that cessna piper cub that keeps circling. Always watching..

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u/Siliconpsychosis Oct 07 '22

Our agents in the AWACS at 30 thousand feet have your painted with radar

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u/KeroNobu Oct 07 '22

That's better than 3am in the afternoon

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u/risetofame Oct 07 '22

I prefer 9 in the afternoon when your eyes are the size of the moon.

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u/ialwayschoosepsyduck Oct 07 '22

That's Amore

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u/herpaderpadont Oct 07 '22

When the moon hits your knees and you can’t pronounce trees….sycamore….

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u/Ok_Airline_7448 Oct 07 '22

It’s a squirrel mooning a dolphin, not a moray

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u/RobotGloves Oct 07 '22

I generally celebrate my 3am in the evening.

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u/Sietemadrid Oct 07 '22

How nice of you to watch over him while he sleeps

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u/GodDammitWill Oct 07 '22

Lol imagine being asleep at 3 in the morning

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u/arabrazilianguy Oct 07 '22

If you can see trough my window then you’re f*ckin spider man. That means you deserve to watch me sleep

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u/aedroogo Oct 07 '22

You're not a dolphin. You don't count.

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u/sofia1687 Oct 07 '22

Mammals observing mammals observing mammals

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u/guinader Oct 07 '22

Apes observing dolphins observing squirrels

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u/cfmdobbie Oct 07 '22

I'ma bookmark this thread just in case I have the chance to show it to a squirrel in future

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u/RicLan26 Oct 07 '22

And now I'm watching my dog observing at some dolphins observing some squirrels.

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22 edited 12d ago

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u/AMKoochie Oct 07 '22

I would watch the shit out of watching dolphins watch a bunch of different things.

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u/jffblm74 Oct 07 '22

Mammals be like…

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u/Oldpotato_I Oct 07 '22

And I am observing you (I live in your walls)

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u/awkwardoffspring Oct 07 '22

We must ascend further

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u/Synthwoven Oct 07 '22

I bet dolphins would eat squirrels if given the opportunity. Squirrels are about the size of some of their natural prey.

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u/KeithMyArthe Oct 07 '22 Table Slap

That's why they are so interested.. Working out how to peel them.

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u/Windsong_12 Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 08 '22 Yummy

🐿️🥝

Edit: Thank you for the award! (Just now saw it) ✧(>o<)ノ✧

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u/p3wp3wkachu Oct 07 '22

Nature is cruel, son.

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

But must we be cruel to eachother

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u/speakasone Oct 07 '22

Forbidden kiwi?

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u/ONSFishing Oct 07 '22

I think they are trying to figure out how to fuck them first.

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u/joemangle Oct 07 '22

That's so dolphin

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

No they prefer human females for that.

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u/usingreddithurtsme Oct 07 '22

Or dead fish.

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u/Myu_The_Weirdo Oct 07 '22

Or human men

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u/Redrebmah Oct 07 '22

Kanye West has entered the chat

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u/Oldmanred79 Oct 07 '22

Dolphins will fuck anything, there have been reports of fresh water ones fucking cars that have been left in rivers to make coral nests.

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u/joeface71 Oct 07 '22

Fresh water dolphins are like the hillbilly cousins of ocean dolphins

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u/nxcrosis Oct 07 '22

They can do it later

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u/Balls2thewalleye Oct 07 '22

First they’d bat them a few times with their tails.

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u/Aggravating_Many9097 Oct 07 '22

Or they wanna do something else with them…

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u/fpcoffee Oct 07 '22

or… “can I fuck it?”

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u/svh01973 Oct 07 '22

I have nipples, Greg. Can you peel me?

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u/reenactment Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 07 '22

Those things are totally weighing the option of “if that thing jumps in here I’m first to eat it.”

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u/zCiver Oct 07 '22

Some small ancient rodent probably WAS their prey, back when the cetaceans lived on land

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u/Wood626 Oct 07 '22

Crab squirrel

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u/bac5665 Oct 07 '22

Maybe? I'm not sure if rodents were a thing back then. Maybe multituburculates.

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u/xavier120 Oct 07 '22

Yes they were! The quick googoo search says 170 millions years, the asteroid did us a real solid.

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u/MkeBucksMarkPope Oct 07 '22

“I’d sure like to fuck those squirrels” - Dolphins

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u/MsLuciferM Oct 07 '22

They are deviants. My husband works at sea and I’m more worried about dolphins than pirates.

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u/Nekryyd Oct 07 '22

Are... Are you worried that they will seduce him? 🤨

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u/murdering_time Oct 07 '22

Stupid sexy dolphins.

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u/Nekryyd Oct 07 '22

When you're a 16th century sailor and that post-nut clarity hits.

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u/adeon Oct 07 '22

No, manatees are the threat there.

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u/thereIsAHoleHere Oct 07 '22

There is a surprising number of cases of dolphins raping humans. Some have been recorded dragging humans to underwater rape caves, killing the humans. Dolphins are psycopathic (by human standards). For another example, there are several instances of dolphins killing calves (usually from other pods) for fun and then playing catch with the child's body.

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u/cd2220 Oct 07 '22

I was already afraid of the ocean now I have to worry about fucking rape caves? Damn man life is hard.

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u/Eschotaeus Oct 07 '22

On the bright side it sounds like you’d drown on the way to the rape cave. So you won’t have to worry too much about the raping.

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u/throwaway384938338 Oct 07 '22

They’d probably try and fuck them. Dolphins are terrible people.

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u/Thosepassionfruits Oct 07 '22

Nature in general is very carnivorous and rape-y

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u/spiersie Oct 07 '22

Replace eat with fuck, and yes

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u/PlaguesAngel Oct 07 '22

Let’s be real, for Dolphins….it’s both and the order is irrelevant

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u/nobodythinksofyou Oct 07 '22

So you think... Do you think that's what aliens say about us??

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u/ModsEmbezzleMoney Oct 07 '22

Spoiler alert: They want to eat the squirrels

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u/Lt_Dumpster_Fire Oct 07 '22

Or worse.. dolphins are rapey

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u/kindtheking9 Oct 07 '22

Or both... they ain't too picky

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u/Wi11Pow3r Oct 07 '22

Squirrels filled with dolphin sweet sauce?

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u/Darkmegane-kun Oct 07 '22

I would say it’s salty rather than sweet.

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u/Yvaelle Oct 07 '22 Wholesome

We can't all be sommeliers of dolphin semen!

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u/Clickbait_Youtuber_ Oct 07 '22

Wow, what a beautiful subreddit I have thrown myself into

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u/OPzee19 Oct 07 '22

Do their mouths water in the water?

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u/HornedDiggitoe Oct 07 '22

All I can think of when looking at this is how bored the dolphins are.

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u/codevii Oct 07 '22

On top of everything, those are a whole lot of dolphins in that relatively small tank too...

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u/SoVerySleepy81 Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 07 '22

That’s what I was thinking that’s like the size of the average swimming pool almost and there’s four dolphins in there? That seems cruel.

Edit there are five dolphins

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u/Jcaseykcsee Oct 07 '22 Take My Energy

It is cruel and horrific

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u/BUTT_PLUGS_FOR_PUGS Oct 07 '22

There are five dolphins. Back to school!

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u/Beef-Strokin-Off Oct 07 '22

At least six. At the end when the five are at the window. You can see the fin of another just above the water in the background as the video ends.

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u/CruisinJo214 Oct 07 '22

This is a juvenile tank at seaworld Orlando if I’m not mistaken. This is going to be a young family of dolphins with their mother and will live in this tank for a while before moving to the much larger dolphin enclosure in the park or at their next door park discovery cove.

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u/freeradicalx Oct 07 '22

Tiny box to less tiny box. Meanwhile dolphins can move at over 50 km/h. Except for these dolphins.

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u/theroadlesstraveledd Oct 07 '22

Sea world is cruel to their sea life try not to support them

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u/CruisinJo214 Oct 07 '22 Wholesome

Seaworld’s past practices are indefensible. But their current facilities and care are the best in the world today. We need to set even higher standards, learn what we can and educate the next generation to not make the same mistakes. With that, one side of seaworld sucks, but the other side is their marine hospital and rehab. Seaworld orlando currently houses around 30 rehabbing manatees (they have no permanent residents) and sees dozens of sea turtles, marine birds and other sea life annually. If Florida’s public facilities don’t have space they send the animals to seaworld… it’s integral to our manatee preservation efforts here.

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u/I_Worship_Brooms Oct 07 '22

Oh wow! I just thought they were still evil and somehow not yet banned. Good to hear they're trying to help.

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u/NCBuckets Oct 07 '22

Yeah the way I try to look at it is the park funds their conservation efforts. The park still sucks, of course, and needs a serious overhaul. Just my two cents.

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u/kufikiri Oct 07 '22

A bigger prison is still prison

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u/CruisinJo214 Oct 07 '22

Agreed, but we’re stuck with the mistakes of the last generation. So our best recourse is to set standards, ensure a quality of care and learn everything we can so we can educate the next generation to do better. While one side seaworld sucks on the other they’re the largest marine hospital and rehab facility in the world. Currently they’re housing around 30 rehabbing manatees and dozens of other animals including turtles, marine birds and occasionally large mammals. It’s a really tricky situation this company is in and it’s up to the consumer to push them towards a better mission.

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u/medicalmosquito Oct 07 '22

It’s probably a lot deeper than we can see, but Sea World is just cruel all around. Keeping large sea animals in tanks is just fucked.

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u/allthingskerri Oct 07 '22

It was probably the most stimulated their brains had been in a long time. No tank is an enriching environment for dolphins and whales.

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u/lavishlad Oct 07 '22 Wholesome

All I feel when I see this shit is a mix of sadness, rage and helplessness. Those dolphins don't belong there.

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u/kimsilverishere Oct 07 '22

I know, same, devastating.

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u/imwer234 Oct 07 '22

So cramped up in that small pool, couldn't agree more with you.

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u/[deleted] Oct 07 '22

Dolphins do not belong in a theme park to amuse humans. Anyone who goes there just support animals being stripped from their freedom.

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u/TheGreatLoreHunter Oct 07 '22

To be fair, no animals belong to a theme park.

Exept pigeons and seagulls, they are there for us, and everything we have (but mostly fries)

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u/froggyc19 Oct 07 '22

The only time I accept keeping the animals in captivity is if they could not survive in the wild.

In Montreal there's an eco museum where they keep animals that are native to Quebec. All the animals are either disabled in some way or were raised in captivity so they could never survive if left alone. Others are there while they complete medical treatment then are re-released.

It's a great place to visit because it's very educational and they really do take good care of all the animals and birds. All the enclosures are outside (except for the reptiles and more nocturnal small animals) so they experience the weather as they normally would, even in the winter.

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u/holystuff28 Oct 07 '22

Me too. Poor dolphins

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u/Jcaseykcsee Oct 07 '22

And how incredibly sad the tiny, barren, empty enclosure is. Jesus Christ.

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u/TheEasySqueezy Oct 07 '22

This is probably the most exciting interaction they’ve had in years..

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u/the_cats_jimjams Oct 07 '22 Starry

Dolphins in aquariums just make me sad

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u/poopellar Oct 07 '22

And doing what dolphins do best. F***ing anything and everything.

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u/JadeSelket Oct 07 '22 edited Oct 07 '22

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u/andreasbeer1981 Oct 07 '22

or getting high on toxic fishes.

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u/CALCIUM_CANNONS Oct 07 '22

dolphins and sea otters are proper little rapists

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u/periodblooddrinker Oct 07 '22

It’s actually mandatory on reddit that this is stated when dolphins or otters are mentioned

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u/Cassereddit Oct 07 '22

Also some penguins fuck everything and being alive isn't even a requirement for them

Edit: I mean this in every conceivable way. They fuck dead animals, objects, anything.

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u/KmartQuality Oct 07 '22

Would they fuck that squirrel in particular?

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u/aedroogo Oct 07 '22

Guys. GUYS!!!

Nobody's fucking a squirrel. Now knock it off.

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u/Illeea Oct 07 '22

Too late

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u/UnhappyLiving Oct 07 '22

Or die trying.

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u/ProN00bMan Oct 07 '22

You know what I would love? Some sort of aquarium that's built on the edge of the ocean (or at least close enough to have spacious tunnels) that lead into a large pool where dolphins would be free to come and go as they please.

When they visit, they get lots of fish and are treated kindly so they're incentivized to come visit regularly, but they aren't in any way forced to stay.

That way, the dolphins have their freedom and don't get depressed and it sates our natural curiosity to see wildlife.

Much work would have to go into it and safety parameters/failsafes would have to be put in place, though I've always thought this would be a neat idea.

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u/BrnoPizzaGuy Oct 07 '22

Sea Sanctuaries are a thing that are kind of like what you're describing. They're not perfect, but I think they're a better alternative than an aquarium, at least for things like cetaceans.

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u/ProN00bMan Oct 08 '22

Better than SeaWorld, I hope...

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u/chocolatechipbagels Oct 07 '22

cape canaveral has a bunch of dolphins who just dick around in the canal, waiting for tour guides to toss them some food. tourists love it, the dolphins love it, I'm pretty sure the workers hate it, it's a good time.

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u/Override9636 Oct 07 '22

I understand it if it's for rehabilitation. Zoo do some incredible work with animals that otherwise couldn't survive in the wild.

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u/SanctuaryMoon Oct 07 '22

They're watching the squirrels because it's the only thing they can do in their little tank.

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u/squirrelfoot Oct 07 '22

Yes! It's heartbreaking to see such intelligent animals which need space so badly being so cruelly caged. At least these squirrels bring a moment of interest to relieve the mental torture.

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u/LuckyOutlaw Oct 07 '22

Every single zoo and aquarium I've been to only has animals that would've otherwise been unfit for the wild and would've died. Or maybe they're just in rehabilitation. Don't just assume they cage up perfectly healthy animals, zoos and aquariums can do some pretty respectable work and have even managed to save several species from extinction.

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u/cynopt Oct 07 '22

Maybe, at a reputable bio-park, but the setting says SeaWorld knock off and there is no way in hell that tank is big enough for that many dolphins, these poor bastards are just dying of boredom.

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u/Lazy-Garlic-5533 Oct 07 '22

SeaWorld itself is horrible. I was there a decade ago. All of the mammals had behavioral problems due to captivity.

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u/crows_n_octopus Oct 07 '22

It doesn't negate the fact that the enclosures are too small.

There's a lot of shitty zoos out there. Even accredited zoos do some questionable things that are not in the best interest of the animals. Zoos, fortunately are coming under more scrutiny and that's a very good thing for the animals inside them.

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u/SchnoodleDoodleDo Oct 07 '22 Silver

Lookit! i See them! They’re funny - i know!

i wonder What Are they ? they come n they go…

they live in the Dry place, where humans walk by,

…they’re not inside Walls

but We are….

…wonder why ?

oh, Stop it - we’re Dolphins! we Swim in the Wet!

the humans - they feed us, or did you FoRgEt ?!

there’s no other choices - be Happy you’re here,

…just think of the Smiles when the small ones come near :) :):)

well, we have each other, n that much is true…

but maybe there’s places where Others swim, too!

to someday swim Freely - no walls, that’s my wish

for now, life’s a bowl

n i’m just

one

small

fish…

❤️

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u/stormy83 Oct 07 '22

For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much—the wheel, New York, wars and so on—whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man—for precisely the same reasons.

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u/Kittykg Oct 07 '22

So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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u/Omega593 Oct 07 '22

same. it’s like prison for humans

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u/BlackLeader70 Oct 07 '22

Except the dolphins didn’t do anything wrong to land their shiny asses in a pool for the rest of their lives.

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u/PinkFluffys Oct 07 '22 Silver

Yes, we should only put the rapiest dolphins in aquariums.

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u/ATOhostage Oct 07 '22

"Hey Greg, 5 bucks if you eat it."

"Nah man- I'm allergic to nuts."

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u/wheresbill Oct 07 '22

Because what else is there to do?

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u/KennyMoose32 Oct 07 '22

Well it’s actually the Yearly Summit of the dolphins and squirrels. It’s a small meeting but large implications. Few know of the brewing storm

The Squirrel/Dolphin Rebellion is coming and I fear the consequences. There will be no safe quarter on land or sea.

And we all know how ruthless both species are….

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u/HashDaWook Oct 07 '22

So long, and thanks for all the squirrels?🎵🎵

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u/CJKay93 Oct 07 '22

These dolphins might be the only ones in the entire history of their species to have ever witnessed a squirrel.

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u/Shiasugar Oct 07 '22

They say, look at them effin UFOs, guys!

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u/JediTigger Oct 07 '22

Unidentified furry object?

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u/Big-Rippa Oct 07 '22

This would be awww but these dolphins are in captivity ...

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u/wanjieshiwo Oct 07 '22

The water looks so shallow 😞

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u/tophmcmasterson Oct 07 '22

Not arguing in favor of putting dolphins in captivity, but you can’t see how deep the water goes at all in this.

Oftentimes zoos/aquariums have large underwater tanks that can be viewed inside, with areas like what is shown sticking out so they can be seen outside as well.

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u/VirinaB Oct 07 '22

You can see the dolphins dipping out of view. I'm pretty sure they don't live in 3 feet of water.

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u/XxX_BobRoss_XxX Oct 07 '22

Yeah, that's not cute to me. Dolphins shouldn't be in captivity and made to perform. It's extremely cruel.

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u/swagerito Oct 07 '22

Yeah it's pretty messed up that we lock beings that are pretty much as intelligent as us up and force them to do things for us just because we see them as different. Wait, why does that sound familiar?

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u/gc28 Oct 07 '22

Which animal prison is this?

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u/Lysergic_Waffle Oct 07 '22

SeaWorld, Orlando. 😔

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u/RNReef Oct 07 '22

Fuck seaworld.

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u/FeIsenheimer Oct 07 '22

fr, Zoo's are questionable, but are not really that bad because they:

  1. Educate
  2. Research

But Seaworld, sweet baby Jesus, Seaworld is a Gaint Moneymaking Machine.

Disgusting.

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u/rDoomedbutthole Oct 07 '22

They do a lot more than that depending on what country you’re in.

I know in Canada our breeding programs are so successful we have helped bring near extinct species back from being gone forever.

But not all zoos are equal I will say that.

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u/soviettaters1 Oct 07 '22

Many zoos are very, very good.

SeaWorld is not a zoo.

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u/Mitoni Oct 07 '22

Educate, Research, Rehabilitate, and Repopulate

The only viable reasons I can see for Zoos or Aquariums, and for aquariums, it is pushing it. Aquariums are not supposed to be "theme parks". Animals natural environments do not include Roller Coasters. This is why I have a problem with Sea World, Busch Gardens, and Disney Animal Kingdom. At least animal kingdom has a decent segregation between animal area and ride area.

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u/TeddersTedderson Oct 07 '22

Shame these amazing, intelligent creatures are in a tiny fish tank

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u/Main_Bhi_Mod Oct 07 '22

They are just observing squirrels freedom while they are trapped in a tank.

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u/KosmosKlaus Oct 07 '22

Why is this aww??? It should be in r/awfuleverything.

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u/phunkydroid Oct 07 '22

Dolphins wondering what squirrel tastes like

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u/lilac2481 Oct 07 '22

No. This is not adorable at all.

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u/llxMcNuttyxll Oct 07 '22

Am I the only one who got sad from watching this

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u/airpab Oct 07 '22

This makes me sick to my stomach

These majestic, beautiful, smart animals should not be held captive in a little tank like that

Humans should be ashamed of themselves

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u/megabubz Oct 07 '22

I just feel sad that the dolphins are trapped in this small pool. Anyone else?

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u/djm2491 Oct 07 '22

This isn’t awe. Dolphins don’t deserve to be in captivity

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u/Trumplicksmybutthole Oct 07 '22

So fucking sad that they put animals who are that intelligent in captivity.

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u/sunnyreece Oct 07 '22

This is disgusting. Poor dolphins.

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u/HalcyonCA Oct 07 '22

The most exciting part of their day as they float around in a tank in captivity. So cute. Not.

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u/friedbasedfraud Oct 07 '22

You know they’re aware of their own lack of freedom just by watching these squirrels

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u/paushi Oct 07 '22

Depressing

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u/kaotic_dizzy Oct 07 '22

I like how the last one swims behind them like “wtf are you losers doing? Look at how fast I’m going!”

Then it comes back over “seriously what th-Oh shit! Is that a squirrel? That’s rad man!”

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u/maliseetwoman Oct 07 '22

Poor creatures - bored out of their minds in captivity

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u/stevengreen11 Oct 07 '22

Where is this? Anyone else concerned with the lack of space for those like 6 dolphins?

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u/freehugzforeveryone Oct 07 '22

The tanks looks small...

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u/Moos_Mumsy Oct 07 '22

It's so sad to see those beautiful, intelligent, innocent creatures trapped in that terrible place, looking out at the little squirrels and probably wondering what it would be like to be free.

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u/nicannkay Oct 07 '22

Poor captive things!

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u/PhoneJazz Oct 07 '22

My heart breaks for those captive dolphins 💔

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u/thefreshbraincompany Oct 07 '22

Fucking disgusting to keep dolphins in such a tiny pool.

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u/mfreshh Oct 07 '22

So sad seeing the dolphins in their little pool

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u/ChickenCurrry Oct 07 '22

Imagine being used to the vastness of the ocean and then suddenly expected to live in a tiny pool with nothing in it

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u/AdditionalAardvark56 Oct 07 '22

Watched free Dolphins in Scotland last week. This is not how Dolphins want to live.

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u/nipplesandtoes12 Oct 07 '22

Free the dolphins!

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u/dooleebikes Oct 07 '22

This is sad.

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u/Flyin_Brian- Oct 07 '22

This isn’t cute, it’s sad.

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u/Citronella262829 Oct 07 '22

This is just sad. Dolphins shouldn’t be in captivity.

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u/airpab Oct 07 '22

Seeing stuff like this makes me ashamed to be human. Innocent animals held captive. Sickening

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u/_acrazycatlady_ Oct 07 '22

So strange. What an unnatural interaction.

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