posted on Jun, 21 2011 @ 01:45 PM
reply to post by Conclusion1
Now that was a bit of a shock to me indeed. Only now do I realize that the image of dolphins was way too flawless in my mind and usually something
that flawless can barely ever live up to reality, it's just... too fantastic.
Dolphins actually murdering for no apparent reason other than just 4 fun-... oh wait, hold that thought right there for a sec-
...maybe dolphins really are
the next level humans. For they seem to be closely following the path of ambivalence and boy, I do not know any
creature as self-contradicting as us humans, literally capable of spilling hate and love in the same breath.
That being said, I still adore dolphins and enjoyed reading the article on the actions of these truly intriguing creatures. Instinctive behaviour or
actual compassion in our sense of the term? All I know is that this isn't the only incident of this kind where dolphins have proven to act selflessly
towards humans, or at least for no other apparent reason.