Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Dolphins in the river

Dolphins appear in the Yarra river in Melbourne.

THE lower Yarra might not be every Melburnian's idea of a fishing spot, but try telling that to a hungry dolphin.

Drawn up the brown river by the prevalence of bream, four bottlenose dolphins spent the afternoon feasting and frolicking as surprised cyclists, rowers and office workers looked on.

Just another example of climate change no doubt.

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Jeannie said...

Absolutely because nothing unusual ever happened before climate change.

Anonymous said...

River dolphins are the norm in many parts of the world. Are we sure that ancient climate changes didn't originally force them OUT of rivers and into the sea?

(((Thought Criminal))) said...

Canned tuna tasted better when it wasn't dolphin safe.