Rare Show of Dolphins Spotted at San Diego Coast

Rare Show of Dolphins Spotted at San Diego Coast

While excursion of whale watching by the nature lovers on the San Diego coast, a rare show of dolphins in the group of over 100,000 in number was seen swarming offshore on the Valentine's Day. This one-hour show was witnessed by spectators who were taking a nature leap in Captain Joe Dutra's boat.

Dutra is an old sailor who called it as a `spectacular event' and confessed that he had never seen something like that even though he keep on going with the fishing boats off to South America and because of the rare view he opened up the front of the boat so as the spectators can have a better view, after checking if the water was calm.

Various other cruises went on the round in the same lake so as to have that view again after the one time show, but to no avail. Sarah Wilkin, Marine mammal expert said that the dolphins typically travel in groups of 200 or less, but she was completely unaware of `super-pods'. On being asked about the expert view on the presence of so many dolphins at once, she added that the dolphins would have entered the area due to abundance of food which includes sardines, herring and squid.

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