People Save Dolphins
A dramatic video showing thirty stranded dolphins being rescued by people on a Brazilian beach emerged as an internet hit this week.
In the footage, locals and tourists are seen helping a pod of thirty dolphns swim back to sea after they got caught in the area's strong current and became beached.
The video, which received more than eight-hundred thousand views since being published on March 5, shows dozens of people entering the sea and dragging the struggling mammals by their tails back into deeper water.
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