A researcher at the Dolphin Research Center in Florida said that when a storm blows in, they open the underwater gate from the bay to the ocean for the dolphins to swim out into the deep water so they won’t get dashed against the rocks by the waves. Below the surging waves, it can actually be quite calm.
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