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Dolphin stampede overtakes whale-watching boat
A huge pod of about 1,000 Common Dolphins stampeded off the coast of Dana Point, California, like a herd of wild horses. This has happened twice recently though it is very rare. The line of wild dolphins could be seen from miles away churning up the water and, to the delight of whale watching passengers and crew aboard Captain Dave's Dolphin and Whale Safari, the dolphins turned and stampeded directly over to the boat. Dana Point, in Southern California, has the greatest density of oceanic dolphins per square mile of anywhere on earth. This includes nearly 450,000 common dolphins like the ones in this video. Thrilled passengers were able to see the spectacular show from a unique perspective too: below the surface from the Eye to Eye Underwater Viewing Pods! In the two Underwater Viewing Pods passengers are able to BE one of the pod and feel what's it like to swim with wild dolphins without having to get wet. The stampede was broadcast live on WhaleWatchingTV.com and family members were able to watch too!
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Dolphin stampede overtakes whale-watching boat
A huge pod of about 1,000 Common Dolphins stampeded off the coast of Dana Point, California, like a herd of wild horses. This has happened twice recently though it is very rare. The line of wild dolphins could be seen from miles away churning up the water and, to the delight of whale watching passengers and crew aboard Captain Dave's Dolphin and Whale Safari, the dolphins turned and stampeded directly over to the boat. Dana Point, in Southern California, has the greatest density of oceanic dolphins per square mile of anywhere on earth. This includes nearly 450,000 common dolphins like the ones in this video. Thrilled passengers were able to see the spectacular show from a unique perspective too: below the surface from the Eye to Eye Underwater Viewing Pods! In the two Underwater Viewing Pods passengers are able to BE one of the pod and feel what's it like to swim with wild dolphins without having to get wet. The stampede was broadcast live on WhaleWatchingTV.com and family members were able to watch too!
Date: 1/9/13
Views: 82373
Video by:  StupidVideos
 
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