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Dolphins Swim In Boat’s Wake And One Ends Up Jumping On Board

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What’re the odds of a dolphin jumping into your boat while running full throttle?

We’re guessing they’re pretty darn low, but that didn’t stop these boaters from ending up with a dolphin thrashing around in their boat in the middle of the ocean.

While boating in open water, a pod of dolphins started following a boat while swimming in its wake. After recording the pod for a time, one of the dolphins ends up leaping inside the boat with a loud crash and sends everyone on board into a panic.

Luckily, everyone on board remained calm and didn’t attempt to move the dolphin. Instead, they moved back and called for help while giving the dolphin time to calm down so no one got hurt by its thrashing around.

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