Amazingly, These Wild Dolphins Are Performing Seaworld Tricks
by brian lam
A handful of dolphins, observed in Port Adelaide, have been seen doing tail walks like those trained in captivity. Dolphins, which ride waves for fun, and swim next to bows of ships, riding the wake, have been known to play in the water. And Tail Walking, which has no practical function, seems to be something this group of dolphins just for fun, too. The local experts believe that one of the dolphins, which was held briefly in captivity, maybe have learned the trick under the care of man, and taught it to the rest of her pod.