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  1. Witness This “Very Rare” Albino Dolphin Sighting, Fantasize About Taking to the Sea

    Ooh, aah, etc.

    Let's all run away to the ocean before Monday, OK? We can all search for this white bottlenose dolphin together and become its friend.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Models Merged With Superheroes


    French photographer Christophe Serrano did a series of superhero-infused photos with models. Some are very normative. Some — Hulk, for example — less so. Thoughts? (via DC Women Kicking Ass)

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  3. Russia Has Taken Control of Ukraine’s Elite Dolphin Soldiers, Also Ukraine Used to Have Elite Dolphin Soldiers

    Unrelated: Who wants to play Battle Beasts later?

    The situation in Russia, Ukraine, and Crimea is complicated, and honestly not the kind of thing that usually falls into our purview, but we just learned that Ukraine had a team of dolphin soldiers that Crimea took with them. The Russian navy now has a team of dolphin soldiers.

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  4. Dolphin Whistle Translator Interprets Dolphin Sounds to Human Speech Live for the First Time

    "So long, and thanks for all the fish!" We're screwed.

    Imagine how you'd react if your cat just started speaking English to you. (Yeah, you're a geek on the Internet, so I took a wild guess that you have a cat.) Now, you have a pretty decent idea of what Denise Herzing felt like when she heard a dolphin speak English to her through an electronic translator for the first time.

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  5. Drone Captures Incredible Footage of Dolphin Stampede

    Smart PR move, drones.

    Apparently there is a positive aspect to drones (besides their ability to deliver useless things to lazy people.) The technology offers a surprisingly noninvasive way to capture footage of wildlife—such as this insane video of a DOLPHIN STAMPEDE. Watch to the end for bonus baby humpbacks.

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  6. David Tennant Narrates Nature Documentary Featuring Robot Turtle and Stoned Dolphins

    this exists

    It's a real nature documentary. With David Tennant, robot spy turtles, and dolphins that get high by bothering puffer fish. Oh, sure if you want details you can go read them at Geekosystem. But I'm perfectly happy just knowing that this exists in the abstract.

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  7. Dolphins Purposefully Get High in a Nature Documentary Narrated by David Tennant, We Are Endlessly Entertained

    Apparently nature has a sense of humor, because you can get high on "puffer" fish.

    As it turns out, dolphins know how to get high off of the toxins in puffer fish, and David Tennant is apparently a total narc. At least, that's what we're getting from Tennant-narrated BBC nature documentary that exposes the secret lives of dolphins and rats them out for experimenting with deadly nerve toxins.

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  8. Bummer News of the Day: Dolphins Mysteriously Turning Up Dead In Droves

    Is this a really twisted way of informing us that the Vogons are coming to destroy us?

    Over 120 bottlenose dolphins have been found dead or dying on the East Coast since June of this year. This is really sad, guys. Not to mention scary -- scientists as of yet have no idea what is causing the rash of dolphin deaths, but one researcher has already said this likely indicates a serious condemnation of the ecosystem's health.

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  9. Dolphins Form Life Raft To Try And Save One Of Their Own [Video]

    OK, fine -- we're not totally sure that a pod of dolphins forming a life raft to help a dying dolphin breathe is what's actually happening here. Are we being snookered by the overwhelming desire to anthropomorphize one of our very favorite animals? Sure, maybe. Watch the whole video, though and tell us you don't think that what you're seeing is dolphins trying to save -- or at least help out -- one of their own. It's very, very hard to do. We should also point out that while the video below is amazing, must-see stuff, it also centers around a dolphin in very ill health, and may thus be NSFW, depending on how comfortable you feel totally crying at work.

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  10. Navy Dolphins to Be Replaced by Robots in 5 Years, Human Jobs Probably Safe A Little Longer

    Looks like the robots' insidious plot to displace all of mankind from their jobs even extends to our friends in the animal kingdom. The Navy is planning to reduce its reliance on mine-detecting dolphins -- and seals -- in favor of more sophisticated unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs). While the Navy isn't planning to begin this initiative at least by 2017, this certainly doesn't bode well for dolphins who have mouths to feed in this tenuous economy. So long and thanks for all the pink slips.

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