Dolphin rings

A blog reader/friend (thanks!) sent me a video of, and I quote, dolphins playing with silver-coloured rings, which they have the ability to make underwater. It isn’t known how they learn this, or if it’s an inbred ability.


The dolphin does a quick flip of its head and a silver ring appears in front of its pointed beak. The ring is a solid, donut shaped bubble about two-ft across, yet it doesn’t rise to the surface of the water.


Please take a few seconds to have a look at this amazing clip:


P.S. Many blog readers get in touch with me via my blog’s Contact form. Time permitting, I always try to answer any questions posed to me. But, for some unfathomable reason, the Mailer Daemon doesn’t always deliver my replies. This is the case, e.g., of the replies I sent to Frank H. and Scott (Two). It’s frustrating, but there is nothing I can do about it. Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that it’s not always my fault if you don’t hear from me. Too bad, though!


P.P.S.S. For Alex: I began taking a feverfew supplement the day after my November blood tests.

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