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Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Here's something you don't see every day!

zebra visits dolphin

While out on a daily walk around the Six Flags Discovery Kingdom park in Vallejo, Calif, Beauregard, an 8-month-old male, hand-reared Grants zebra is greeted by Brandy, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin.

Not something you'd expect to see a picture of, is it? A zebra saying hello to a dolphin... cool!

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What is it about dolphins that make them so cool? I mean, you wouldn't see this kind of fantasy art with... say for example... a jellyfish... and they're cool... aren't they? Well, maybe not.

This is a very rare sighting of an albino dolphin, with reddish eyes and glossy pink skin. It is small in comparison to the others it is traveling with, and appears to be a youngster traveling with mama.

This little guy should not be confused with the more common Pink Dolphin (or Boto), which has a scientific name of Inia geoffrensis and is shown below.

These dolphins can be found in most of the rivers from the forests of South America. When they are excited, they turn pink temporarily.


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