Baby Dolphin Dies On Beach As Tourists Pass It Around For Selfies

The Logical Indian

February 19th, 2016 / 10:30 AM

Image Courtesy: mic

People gathered at a beach report where one picked up a Dolphin to take a photograph. The dolphin had died immediately due to over heating and dehydration, however, the other people who had gathered failed to realize this and had continued to pass around the dolphin eventually to be thrown aside. Enjoyment should come with a sense of responsibility. That should be the take away from this sorry incident. Sea animals are already facing the brunt human intervention in its ecosystem.

The Video shows how this happened:

This incident should be an eye opener for all the resorts in the world, it is their responsibility to put in sufficient regulations to prevent such incidents in the future.

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