Dolphin Rescue

February 21, 2009 at 3:09 pm Leave a comment

This story caught my ear last night on NPR so thought I’d blog it here.  In looking it up on the web just now I was surprised to read that there’s a little controversy following the rescue.  To me, it’s a simple story of compassion.  Townspeople in Newfoundland heard the cries of dolphins trapped in the ice, with less and less open water as the ice floes grew and another storm approached.  They couldn’t get anyone ‘official’ to help them, so they broke a path through the ice for the dolphins themselves, using an outboard motor.  Love that.


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