All of our teachers lied.
All of our teachers lied.
These will make you feel warm inside.
We always thought that of all the sea mammals, they had the most impeccable taste. Now it is confirmed.
Dolphins known as “false killer whales” beached themselves in Brazil on Sunday, and nobody knows why.
Some animals can sleep with just half their brain at a time. So jealous.
Legally, in some countries.
We’ve long known that dolphins resemble humans in a number of ways: they’re intelligent, complex and social creatures. And now, a new study suggests they may call each other by name.
Plus Michael “Kramer” Richards’ forgotten sitcom, Google Street View climbs the world’s tallest building, and one of the more absurd cell phone innovations ever.
Plus Ukrainian attack dolphins, pandas doing their thing, and Steve Urkel’s family tree.
Pornography —> communism?
Don’t worry, this has a happy ending! (via mantarayshawaii.com)
A huge pod of 1,000 Common Dolphins stampedes off the coast of Dana Point, California, like a herd of wild horses.
That poor dolphin.
Oh, the miracle of life. You always get me.
Keo the dolphin at the Dolphin Quest in Hawaii gives birth to her calf, and she looks like a happy and proud mom.
This is not your normal deep-sea fishing video. Mark Peters rigged a camera to film behind his fishing boat, and the footage he got is lovely.
I bought it for $2.50 at Creation Fest. It doesn’t work.
So you probably shouldn’t look at this post if you hate dolphins or bubbles. (via iheartchaos.com)
No big deal.
Guys, you’re trying too hard. You live in Miami. It’s beautiful and there’s no income tax. If that doesn’t convince Peyton Manning to come there, your rewritten version of the Titanic song sure as hell won’t. (via deadspin.com)
On last night’s “Family Guy,” Ricky Gervais added another title to his ever-expanding repertoire: the voice of a dolphin. Here are Billy Finn’s funniest moments from last night’s episode.
How amazing is this? A wakeboarder (who apparently doesn’t even need a rope!) is joined by a couple dolphins off the coast of St. Pete Beach in Florida.
Love. Sex. Dolphins. Unicorns. Clearly, this is the best commercial ever produced.
A baby dolphin with its umbilical cord still attached was found beached near Montevideo city, Uruguay. Luckily, a rescue organization got involved and and has been nursing the little guy back to health. These picture might just kill you.
What happens if a curious cat meets a playful dolphin? Only YouTube has the answer. Watch Video ›
I can’t even handle this. There is a God. Watch Video ›
Baby dolphins are washing up along the Mississippi and Alabama coastlines at 10 times the normal rate of stillborn.
OH MY GOD. I CAN’T EVEN DEAL RIGHT NOW. View Image ›