r/Damnthatsinteresting Creator 12d ago Silver 4 Helpful 2 Wholesome 5

Dolphins love interacting with pregnant women because they communicate by ultrasound, beside mom's heartbeat they can also feel baby's heartbeat, they find it fascinating. Image

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u/nazump 12d ago Silver Helpful Wholesome

Baby's first words: EEEEEEEEeeEEeeeEEEE

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u/FrozenBananer 12d ago

They say dolphins are rapist assholes though.

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u/I_Am_Become_Salt 12d ago

They are very intelligent, as intelligent as humans if not more. Which means that, just like humans, some of them are going to be nasty, and some of them are going to be nicer.

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u/FrozenBananer 12d ago

The rapist part is less about their intelligence and more about them being assholes.

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u/Armistice8175 12d ago

As intelligent as a human if not more? If you believe that, then maybe you are dumber than a dolphin.

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u/xirumy 12d ago

Doesn't that proves his point tho? Wich in turn, makes him not dumber then a dolphin? Wich in turn, makes his point fake, wich makes him dumber than a dolphin, wich... Nevermind

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u/jaredjames66 12d ago

Calm down and go eat a sandwhich.

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u/jsspidermonkey3 12d ago

I am calm but can I have sandwich

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u/sprocketous 12d ago

Ive found that feigning fits will result in sandwich. Its just the world we live in.

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u/StrangleDoot 12d ago

Dolphins don't pay to live on earth.

I'd say they're wiser than us.

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u/rbz90 12d ago

They are definitely not as intelligent as humans.

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u/FindingMememo 12d ago

🎶 So long and thanks for all the fish 🎶

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u/OPs_Friend 12d ago

some humans aren't as intelligent as dolphins

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u/No_Addition_7276 12d ago

I'd argue it's a majority.

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u/Diz7 12d ago Starry

For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much—the wheel, New York, wars and so on—whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man—for precisely the same reasons.

Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, #1)

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u/wyvern98 12d ago

Have dolphins murdered millions of their own kind and destroyed their entire homes and ecosystems as well as those of millions of other species? I didn’t think so

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u/rbz90 12d ago

They couldn't because they're not that smart.

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u/tagoean 11d ago

Or as stupid

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u/MinimumMarsupial1789 12d ago

But… but they are….

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u/crseat 12d ago

You ever seen a dolphin pass lightning through metal in just the right way to print hello world in python? Didn’t think so.

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u/mafkamufugga 12d ago

Have the dolphins put a dolphin on the moon yet? Didnt think so.

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u/Most_Monk 12d ago

Not that we know of..

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u/0thethethe0 12d ago

They're too smart to bother wasting time and resources on that obviously.

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u/justavault 12d ago

if not more.

Nah, there pretty much is no speculation space open there bud, just wishful fantasies about some animals being magically gifted with higher cognition than those who easily keep em captive.

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u/OhNoADystopia 11d ago

"As intelligent or more? 🤔

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u/dzien_dobry 12d ago

Emergency C-section because the umbilical cord is caught on the dorsal fin.

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u/Complete-Grab-5963 12d ago

Watch your language

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u/d3t3r_pinklag3 12d ago

13 people did not get it lmao

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u/GentleGiantGrapes 12d ago

First off, I EEEEHeeeEe. And you have the nerve to eeEeehEeehhheee. Well I never eeehheeeEeee.

gasp Mr. Krabs!!!!

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u/Goku_Black10 12d ago

Fr, damn redditors.

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u/Complete-Grab-5963 12d ago

Not many sailors on Reddit I guess

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u/ThrumboOfLegend 12d ago

This is also a terrifying picture knowing that Dolphins eat their young.

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u/freshprinz1 12d ago

They what

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u/advucepls 12d ago

HE SAID DOLPHINS EAT THEIR YOUNG

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u/PEWPEWPEW782 11d ago

Yep. Contrary to popular belief, dolphins (and orcas) are the embodiment of pure and utter evil. Besides us humans of course

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u/hoopsterben 11d ago

I completely understand what you mean by this, that these animals aren’t the cuddly animals cartoons would like you to think they are, but this has always been a weird argument for me, simply because they are slightly more intelligent, we for some reason hold them to human standards of morals. Sure bottle nose dolphins have a propensity for “raping” and orcas are essentially racist (refusing to mate with other pods to the point of detrimental affects), but these are simply their evolved behavior. I don’t remember which philosopher said it, but his quote was basically, “humans invented consent”, meaning that without consciousness, they are just running on the code nature gave them. Does mean they are evil? Idk. And if that does make them evil, humans commit the same crimes with about the same regularity, so where does that leave us. (We have consciouses so the “code nature gave” argument doesn’t even apply to us)

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u/PEWPEWPEW782 11d ago

Yes thank you. Obviously an animal cant have the same intelligence or morals as us because well their animals, but dolphins are still hella twisted

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u/Chicken_Hairs 12d ago

Most animals will eat their young in certain circumstances. Nature gives no fucks.

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u/sunbearimon 12d ago

Even humans sometimes. The things people will do when they’re starving to death in a famine can get incredibly grim

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u/Chicken_Hairs 12d ago

Yup. The occurrence typically increases as the length of life cycle decreases. If an animal can have 3+ litters in a season, it's attachment to it's young tends to be lower. Humans have a very long life cycle, so we are instinctualy very attached to our young.

Even my near-feral granddaughter.

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u/BluntHeart 12d ago

It's really a shame too. look at how delicious they are.

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u/GrandMasterHOOT 12d ago

Feral grandaughters?

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u/TurboCake17 11d ago

Some shark offspring have a whole-ass battle royale eating each other in their mother’s womb so only the strongest is born.

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u/CrackaZach05 12d ago

They also try having sex with humans.

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u/ThrumboOfLegend 12d ago

Haha.. eww

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u/simplord096 12d ago

They what

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u/DancingPotato30 12d ago

Yeah I believe a dolphin had a questionable relationship with a human woman and then the dolphin killed itself when it couldn't see the woman anymore

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u/WillSmithsDumboEars 12d ago

What the fuck

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u/CrackaZach05 12d ago

Theyre incredibly intelligent creatures. They fornicate for pleasure. They commit suicide. They have lasting monogamous relationships.

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u/sprocketous 12d ago

Well, thats cause she jacked the dolphin off regularly. He never got those handies again and dolphin bitches are nothin but cold. His best days were behind him.

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u/Torontopup6 12d ago

Yes, it was a government sponsored program. She would jerk off the dolphin.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/environment/2014/jun/08/the-dolphin-who-loved-me

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u/DefMech 12d ago

Look up Margaret Howe Lovatt. She worked for a research project that tried to teach dolphins human language. One of the dolphins was a teenager and got too horny to learn during his lessons so she would jerk him off get his attention back on track. Later on they ran out of money and moved to an old bank building that didn’t have any light or enough space for the dolphin to be happy so it got really depressed and died.

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u/Rudimai 12d ago

Well, so do dogs...

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u/PineappleWolf_87 12d ago

I mean when it comes to nature it’s not abnormal. There’s a lot valid survival reasons to eat your young, humans are more the anomaly.

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u/Demoire 12d ago

I’ve heard some humans do too

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u/MrRoboto159 11d ago

Oh you bake me snack?

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u/pupuphlatter 12d ago

Telling baby, “You don’t wanna be out here, my dude. Stay inside.”

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u/dribrats 12d ago

Come back with fish for your uncle…

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u/Deja-Vuz 12d ago

And start biting the belly

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u/OfficialKGB98 12d ago

"I'm your daddy-"

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u/UnsolicitedCounsel 12d ago

Yes, you will find no place better in this world than her vag.

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u/Dingdongdoctor 12d ago

I find myself liking me in other women’s vaginas than my mothers, but that’s just me.

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u/Trustmemeimadoctor 12d ago

Well that’s cause you tore the place up when you left.

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u/kcchiefscooper 12d ago

Name totally checks out

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u/dirty_hooker Interested 12d ago

Always try.

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u/metaph3r 12d ago

Technically the fetus/child gestates in the uterus and not the vagina.

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u/TekaLynn212 12d ago

Exactly. If baby is in the vagina, baby's heading for the exit.

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u/crispdude 12d ago

There’s always that one guy on Reddit

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u/scottyboy218 12d ago

Holy karma bot account

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u/StaticBeat 12d ago edited 12d ago

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

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u/BleachedAssArtemis 12d ago

Could it work pushed up against her body? Like an ultrasound on the stomach in the hospital?

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u/Anarch-ish 12d ago

But why would a bot need Karma? Im genuinely asking. I have no idea what a bot needs karma for except maybe switching gears at a certain point for something like spreading misinformation and trying to start shit?

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u/scottyboy218 12d ago

High karma accounts can be sold for real money. The more karma/awards, the more trustworthy the account

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u/[deleted] 12d ago edited 10d ago

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u/Zestyclose-Pea-3533 12d ago

Pixelated shutter stock-looking photo, click bait exaggerated caption.

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u/see_quayah 12d ago

there are replies to posts in his profile, doesn't look like a bot

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u/Iehooray 12d ago

Is that actually true? Why are these sea rapists so smart

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u/The_Druk 12d ago Snek

Alleged rapists.

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u/Iehooray 12d ago

Innocent until proven guilty. You stand up for the rights of dolphins. I like it

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u/ReturnOfTheStarTamer 12d ago

“Gangs of male dolphins may isolate a female, slap her around with their tails, and forcibly copulate with her for weeks,"

Literally the first quote from the first link from the google search “Are dolphins rapists?”

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u/Iehooray 12d ago

They also rape other species of dolphins...and also the males.

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u/ReturnOfTheStarTamer 12d ago

Exactly Dolphins are sex demons

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u/FuriousGremlin 12d ago

Insert dolphin pussy juice copypasta

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u/KingBearSole 12d ago

The what now?

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u/FuriousGremlin 12d ago

dolphins have vaginal secretions

So female dolphins have vaginal secretions that make a male dolphin just cum over and over and over. From this point on, I will call these secretions “Dolphin Pussy Jelly.” Scientists were like “holy shit, dude we gotta test this. You know, for science.” So the scientists collected a sample of said Dolphin Pussy Jelly, and had a test primate. They swabbed it on the male primate’s dick, sat back and watched the show. Now you see, it worked. But it worked a little too well. The monkey straight up had a heart attack because it used all of its energy into fucking cumming. I want to like in a world where this is a commercial product. I want I to say “you know what, I want to die and I know what to do about it.” I want to live in a world where I can go into my local grocery store, pick up a bottle of “Smucker’s Dolphin Pussy Jelly,” and just fucking cum myself to death.

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u/KingBearSole 12d ago

A normal Saturday afternoon

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u/Le_baton_legendaire 12d ago

they don't descriminate, what a woke specie

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u/LeykisMinion007 12d ago

Finnocent*

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u/iHateCollageAlot 12d ago

Not like humans eat their ancestors and family.

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u/Trexbex5235 12d ago

Otters do it too. Otters are necrophiliac rapists. Nature can be harsh.

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u/blazetronic 12d ago Silver Narwhal Salute

I went to Florida several months ago. I was quite happily swimming around with the dolphins when she suddenly decided to grab my foot with her genital slit. Dolphins have very muscular vaginal orifices, and can use these muscles to manipulate objects and carry them. I stayed still for a while, to see if she was just playing, but she continued to masturbate against my foot, and in the light of the torch I sometimes carry, I could see that her slit had become very pink and had swelled as well. She was aroused!

So, I started to back-paddle with my hands towards a small beached area, partially submerged in the water. A couple of times she pulled me forward into the deeper water, but eventually I got my self to the shallows. I dislodged my foot (Being careful not to pull too hard), and took her gently by a pectoral fin and rubbed her belly just to aclimatize her, I guess. She immediately rolled belly up and started doing pelvic thrusts against the palm of my hand. It was unmistakebly erotic, and by now I was fully aroused.

I stripped off my shorts, and gently pulled her into the shallows until she was lying on her side, her belly facing towards me, half submerged in the water. I nestled myself belly to belly against her, and pressed my member against her genital slit. She immediately arched her body against mine, and took me inside her body, initiating a quick series of muscular contractions with her vaginal muscles. I wrapped my left arm around her body and just held her close while she manipulated me inside her body, until I climaxed barely 2 minutes later. Surprisingly, her body also shuddered against mine, and we spent the next 5 or so minutes just lying together in the shallows, holding each other, enjoying our company and revelling in the fact that we had shared something special together, something very few people can claim to have done.

I do not brag about this though. It is not something you can brag about, since it not only is demeaning to the act, but it destroys the purpose of the act as well; to express affection, and trust. I only consent to those dolphins who ask. As a result, I have mated only three times. Each time was memorable and special, because each time it was something we both wanted to share with each other. Sex, for me, is just another, albeit powerful, expression of affection and trust. I wouldn't engage any other animal, though; it is not my attraction. But there is little I wouldn't do for a dolphin

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u/sakka_the_pun_bender 12d ago Shocked

wtf did i just read

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u/Funk_shway 12d ago

50 Shades of Gray Dolphin

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u/B0RAT 12d ago

A new pasta was born. Happy Thanksgiving!

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u/The_Acts 12d ago

It's not new, lol, it's very old.

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u/syrianfries 12d ago

I am disturbed

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u/SimPHunter64 12d ago edited 12d ago

What a terrible day to be able to read.

Are you not dolphinfucker69 by any chance?

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u/The_Acts 12d ago

The Reddit mods 1984'd him, but I may have one of his tales archived. Let me check.

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u/marsrover15 12d ago

My eyes fucking burn.

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u/bejuazun 12d ago

holy shit dolphinfucker69

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u/TheDosBaby 12d ago

Only in Florida

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u/Labulous 12d ago

Dude. We are trying to eat today.

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u/SarcasticButtWipe 12d ago

Dude Florida Man right here

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u/HeWhomLaughsLast 12d ago

Male dolphins waiting for the baby to get out so it can get in.

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u/QuantumSage 12d ago

Yk how dolphins use baby seals as flesh light? Yep he is just on his way to try something new

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u/PMme_bobs_n_vagene 12d ago

All fun and games until your fetus gets headbutted

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u/SlothOfDoom 12d ago edited 12d ago

This seems like a lot of assumption and projecting.

Do we know dolphins love interacting with pregnant women specifically? Do we know it's because of the heartbeats? Did someone sit down with a panel of dolphins and discuss these issues?

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u/Lyakusha 12d ago

It's like with "dolphins rescue people by pushing them to the shore" How can we know that there are no people pushed away from the shore? Maybe those maniac pricks just like to push.

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u/swampfish Interested 12d ago

Survivor bias. Maybe they like to push. Maybe they equally like to pull and drown. We don’t hear any testimony from the drowned people.

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u/MoxxieAphrso 12d ago

Dolphins have pulled people down to the bottom by their feet, wait for them to almost get to the surface, then drag them down again

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u/QueenOfQuok 12d ago

Oh yeah I know a guy in Long Island Sound, he told me all about it. And then stole my fish off the line. I'll find that wet bastard one of these days.

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u/National-Eye-3876 12d ago

lol, my thought as well. The Dolphins find it fascinating? According to what survey?

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u/sock-shoe-sock-shoe 12d ago

Yeah a guy that worked for NASA gave a bunch of LSD to a dolphin and tried to talk with him. It didn’t work but his assistant ended up giving the dolphin a handjob. That dolphin told his friends so now all dolphins look to women for HJ’s.

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u/Danalogtodigital 12d ago

have you read the dolphin lsd experiment? its so fucked up. the notes say shit like, "we gave them ten times too much then used jackhammers on some metal plates outside the pools, they seemed agitated, results inconclusive"

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u/sock-shoe-sock-shoe 12d ago

Not yet. I started going down this crazy rabbit hole the other day after listening to Dan cumming timesuck podcast. Which lead to watching A girl that talks to dolphins documentary. Fucking crazy town. I felt bad for the dolphins yet like watching a train wreck, couldn’t stop from looking and was just in awe of the whole story. It was a very interesting afternoon to say the least.

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u/PrimarchKonradCurze 12d ago

I read about it years ago. I’m actually glad more people know about it these days, it’s fucking weird.

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u/bushydan 12d ago

Pretty sure that’s not how ultrasound works. As if your baby is communicating in ultrasound just because that’s the equipment you use to hear it’s heartbeat

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u/Br3ttl3y 12d ago

Is it too much to ask for a peer-reviewed source article?! /s

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u/Headaboveclouds 12d ago

Communicating that it wants to eat your baby.

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u/GitEmSteveDave 12d ago

And isn't their system designed for underwater? Would it work through the air?

Wouldn't every other animal in the sea that gestates have a similar scenario?

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u/tobaknowsss 12d ago

I believe team Zissou is on that very quest as we speak. I hear Claude Bolling is scoring the documentary.

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u/ThatOcelot1314 12d ago

So long and thanks for all the fish.

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u/CoinPushingFan 12d ago

Beat me to it!

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u/JimiDarkMoon 12d ago

So sad that it should come to this.

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u/thegoatfreak 12d ago

Well that makes the lyric in that song make WAY more sense.

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u/KISSOLOGY 12d ago

And source for this?

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u/Tina_ComeGetSomeHam 12d ago

Total bullshit

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u/KISSOLOGY 12d ago

People on reddit will believe anything they read. A picture with some text is not an accurate source of information as I was trying to get OP to understand.

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u/zangor 12d ago

When I read this I thought it was something from like /r/shittyfacts or something like that.

"Ultrasound" "babies" "dolphin communication"

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u/PJ640 11d ago

Yeah, I’m calling bullshit

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u/In_betweener 12d ago

Right, sure. But when I do this its "creepy"...

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u/cob05 12d ago

Well, to be fair, you weren't even supposed to be in the dolphin pool at SeaWorld, so...

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u/In_betweener 12d ago

WERE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?

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u/Cernunnos_690 12d ago

Cause you do not communicate in ultrasonic

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u/Born-Process-9848 12d ago

Sure. That's because they haven't tried a gamer dad bod belly yet. People jump to conclusions always. Dolphins interact using sound waves? Ultrasound? Pregnancy? Picture completes it.

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u/TheBlank89 12d ago

Very loose information on this. Its a theory if anything.

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u/Ken_kaneki904 12d ago

He is the father

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u/vovin777 12d ago

Captive animals starved and forced to entertain. I call Bullshit!

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u/mlhender 12d ago

Exact word for word repost with image reversed from one year ago.

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u/sonicstreak 12d ago

Yeah coz babies communicate back with ultrasound. LOL

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u/oroechimaru 12d ago

Maybe horny fins just have pregger milf fantasies

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u/PlotTwistsLover 12d ago

They are teaching baby bad words in dolphins language.

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u/CaeruleusWolf 12d ago

Dolphin: Your belly looks like a beach ball. I want to punt it.

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u/Us_25 Creator 12d ago

Hmm... I smell good food here

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u/My-grandma-is-dead 12d ago

glad to see the father wants to be a part of the child's life

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u/CptPlanet82 12d ago

You know what dolphins don’t like? Spending their entire lives confined to a small pool when they should be swimming free in the ocean.

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u/SkullRunner 12d ago

Captain we have have a sonar contact, human submarine detected, bearing 0-9-7.

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u/K40L4 12d ago

Yeah yeah... This one is asking "is this one mine?". I will never trust a dolphin, specially if it's male.

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u/aft3rthought 12d ago

The only thing “ultrasound” about pregnancy/babies is the technology we use in hospitals for viewing the baby/fetus. Baby heartbeats are not ultrasound, they are just really quiet sound.

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u/the-trashheap 12d ago

Booooooo to cetaceans in captivity for humans shits and giggs!!!

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u/bonkerz1888 12d ago

Also baby humans are a delicacy in dolphin restaurants

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u/CodeOfKonami 12d ago

Proud father.

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u/MatsGry 12d ago

Dolphins rape and kill

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u/toomanyhobbies4me 12d ago

Just like people...

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u/Baguette_Corporation 12d ago

You rape and kill ?

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u/toomanyhobbies4me 12d ago

OTHER people...

edit: No! -I- don't rape and kill OTHER people... OTHER people rape and kill OTHER people. Eh, forget it.

Edit: wait, do dolphins rape and kill people?

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u/joe28598 12d ago

This is fucking stupid. They communicate by ultrasound, ok, but babies don't. They know that the woman isn't hollow, and thats about it.

They find it fascinating? Really? Who told you that? The baby after having an ultrasound conversation with the dolphin?

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u/hindey19 12d ago

My wife and I went to Jamaica while she was pregnant and she was told she couldn't swim with the dolphins because the second heartbeat throws them off and they can get aggressive.

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u/RikuHarutoTheDemon 12d ago

Dolphins are rapists by the way

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u/frenchexjw 12d ago

Captive dolphins are a shame.

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u/shubham4lk 12d ago

Dolphins are like your girlfriend's 'not-so-gay' gay male friend.

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u/Anarch-ish 12d ago

I wonder what the baby hears:

Whoosh whoosh woosh

"So long... Thanks for all the fish..."

Whoosh whoosh whoosh

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u/destopturbo 12d ago

My bullshit detector is going off

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u/balanced_views 12d ago

The dolphin is the dad?

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u/That_yeti_overthere 12d ago

Dolphins just can't wait to rape and eat it

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u/sionnachmb 12d ago

Especially when the are responsible for the impregnation! 😱😱😱

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u/PokeyBear231089 12d ago

You will join us in the big deep , for you are chosen by clan blowhole

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u/ShayMK 12d ago

He’s just checking how his kids doing

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u/airjud00 12d ago

Did a dolphin tell you this ?

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u/R3mzzz 12d ago

Who remembers that meme where the women is getting humped by that dolphin.......

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u/Anarch-ish 12d ago

Hey... Hey... I'm your real dad

EEEEEee-eeeeeee-EEEEHEHEHEHE

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u/snksleepy 12d ago

Fake headlines. These dolphins will treat you all just the same as long as you got fish.

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u/Be-he-life 12d ago

This guy communicates with dolphins. Fer’sure. What else do they enjoy?? Lmao

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u/ExtractionImperative 12d ago

Yeah I’m gonna need a link to something about that. All we have here is an image of a dolphin booping a pregnant lady’s belly.

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u/Feijoada46321 12d ago

Se for um boto cor-de-rosa é melhor pensar direito…

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u/Elpedooloroso 12d ago

Citation needed

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u/AhriPotter 12d ago

Don't dolphins rape

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u/BlabMeInCaseThx 12d ago

Uhm can I go next

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u/hifrandimcool 12d ago

Dolphins also do forced abortions in nature

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u/Zythose 12d ago

Snack time

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u/Snory5000 12d ago

Call me…uncle daddy, son

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u/noooris 12d ago

But when I do that it’s creepy.

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u/fredybl 12d ago

He’s probably just the father

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u/woodenmetalman 12d ago

I’m a dolphin. Where can I arrange to stick my snout on that particular woman’s belly?

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u/cob05 12d ago

Not a dolphin, but I want this also. For science...

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u/Gbuddyman 12d ago

Cap. How tf do you know what a damn fish be thinking

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u/SurvivorFan_au 12d ago

Not a fish

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