Dolphins save surfer from becoming shark’s bait
Dolphins are generally several meters in size and as long as 4, while orcas can be as tall as 8 meters. They are considered the largest dolphins. They have a lot of shaped bodies so they can swim fast.
Many species have a very pronounced jaw and a slightly elongated beak.
Their brain is very large and has a complex cerebral cortex. That is why they are among the most intelligent animals in the world. They have several shades of gray on the body.
Their lower part is much lighter than their backs, which are darker. They differ from each other in all these lines and contrasts. Dolphins are very good swimmers, they can reach speeds of 90 kilometers per hour.
Sometimes they jump out of the water, doing various tricks. As a result, they have faster movement than being in the water all the time. In addition, they find food even easier and follow the gathering of seagulls.
During the hunt, they can be at a depth of 300 meters, and they can stay under water for 15 minutes.
They are also known to love following boats, or even being in front of them and riding the waves.
Read a story that will leave you breathless and show you once again how generous and good these creatures are.
Todd Endris, who surfs professionally, was nearly killed by a great white shark.
He escaped death only thanks to dolphins. During August 2007, while surfing, Todd was attacked by a large white shark, which was nearly 5 feet long.
He tried to escape several times, but failed. After that, Todd lost the strength to fight, but then a miracle happened.
Suddenly dolphins appeared intending to help him. They formed a protective ring around Todd, who was already injured at the time, to keep the shark as far away from him as possible.
This group of unexpected rescuers escorted the surfer to the shore, where he received all the necessary help.