Pod of bottlenosed dolphins alerts the rescue crew about a swimmer lost for 12 hours

Dolphins are considered intelligent mammals. Actually, they are the second smartest creatures on the planet after humans. Thanks to their emotional intelligence and communication skills these mammals always help us.

Lately, a pod of dolphins helped to find a swimmer that was lost in the ocean for 12 hours.

Pod of bottlenosed dolphins alerts the rescue crew about a swimmer lost for 12 hours

Volunteers from a charity lifeboat service in the UK, near Castlegregory in County Kerry, Ireland rescued a drowning swimmer. They received unlikely support from a pod of dolphins.

The crew of rescuers at first saw the alerting dolphins which led them to the drowning man. The mammals were surrounding the man, trying to tell the crew his location. If the dolphins wouldn’t help, the man could die.

Pod of bottlenosed dolphins alerts the rescue crew about a swimmer lost for 12 hours

Some think that it might be a casualty. Some say that the dolphins were really alerting about the drowning swimmer. One way or another, thanks to the bottlenosed dolphins Fenit Harbour was rescued. He was exhausted and weak.

Pod of bottlenosed dolphins alerts the rescue crew about a swimmer lost for 12 hours

The man was instantly taken to the hospital. We are glad and thankful to these mammals that saved a human life!

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Pod of bottlenosed dolphins alerts the rescue crew about a swimmer lost for 12 hours
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