Wildlife watchers love to keep their eye on the beautiful dolphin. Even wild dolphins that have had little contact with humans will often meet and greet humans, offering them a playful glance. They are a silly sea creature that enjoys having fun, acting wild and jumping in the air. Because of their social behavior, you’ll often see dolphins traveling in large groups and swimming in sync with the others.
One of their favorite activities is swimming alongside large ships. According to researchers, dolphins swim along-side these ships as a way to conserve energy and to stay out of harm’s way from their natural predators. While watching dolphins in the water, it is easy to notice how loving the animals are to one another. They often play fun water games and playfully tap one another.
The dolphin is the dog of the sea and people just adore them. Did you ever notice when you’re at the beach and people notice a group of dolphins, everyone points and gawks at the site. Not only are they unique in personality, their dark gray top, white bottom and slight curve make them a beautiful site to see.