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September 1, 2021 / Posted by:

The Dolphins Who Saved A Stranded Swimmer!

The momma dolphin and baby dolphins above are not the heroic dolphins of this story, but I’m sure you can find that momma dolphin bragging to the other dolphins like,  “So my second cousins got in the news for saving a human...” The BBC reports that a 30-something man found himself stranded for 12 hours off the Irish coast, but he’s alive and dry today after a pod of dolphins alerted rescuers to him. Do you hear that, Hollywood? There’s no need for another Flipper reboot because the only Flipper reboot we need already played out off the coast of Ireland.

Rescue crews started their search for the dude after his clothes and belongings were found abandoned on the beach. The man, wearing only a swimsuit, was trying to swim out to Mucklaghmore Rock, which is about five miles from where he left his shit. But like me ten seconds after sticking my toe in the ocean, he grew tired and cold and ended up stranded in the middle of the ocean. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) was hours into their search and it was starting to get dark when they noticed a pod of dolphins. And around that pod of dolphins was the stranded man. Rescuers immediately picked the man up. Okay, so when I first read the headline about dolphins saving a man stranded at sea, I pictured them swimming under him and then picking him up to safely carry him to shore. That’s obviously not what happened. But still! Heroes, they are!

The man was taken to the hospital where he was treated for hypothermia and exhaustion and is now recovering.

The RNLI said: “At 20:30, the volunteer lifeboat crew with Fenit RNLI spotted a pod of dolphins and a head above the water about two-and-a-half miles off Castlegregory beach.

“The casualty was conscious and immediately recovered onto the lifeboat and brought Fenit Harbour to be taken to hospital.”

Finbarr O’Connell, a steersman with the RNLI, told The Irish Independent that there were a lot of dolphins around the man and “maybe they helped him in some way or another: who knows?

The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group identified the dolphins as bottleneck dolphins from Scotland’s Moray Firth. But in the past couple of years, they’ve been spotted off the Irish coast.

Finbarr O’Connell needs to stop with that “who knows?” shit. If those dolphins didn’t swim around the man, causing a scene, he’d still be in the middle of the ocean praying that The Little Mermaid spots him, instantly falls in love with him, and saves him by carrying him to shore. And the dolphins who TOTALLY saved that man better get some kind of award from the dolphin community as well. Because not too long ago there were reports of an extra horny dolphin named Nick who was becoming “sexually aggressive” with human swimmers. So honestly, dolphins needed some good press like this.

Pic: Wikimedia Commons

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