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Breakin' the law

Started by Mike, January 28, 2012, 08:29:29 am

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Mike

A number of years ago i was going over a bridge  over the intercoastal waterway in Venice florida i grabed my camera and snap a quick pic of the action , after i got it loaded  on my pc a bit later after looking closely i notice i grabbed a shot of a boat feeding a local dolphin  " Begar" its not legal but cool i also have hand  a dolphin  fish i didnt want, not a good idea but as this one he looked me in the eye and was hungy like feeding my dog .

http://i782.photobucket.com/albums/yy102/Mike8560/florida%20nature/BEGGAR.jpg

kodydog

January 28, 2012, 05:09:11 pm #1 Last Edit: January 28, 2012, 05:14:37 pm by kodydog
About 8 years ago my wife and I spent a weekend camping at Marineland Fl. It was kinda weird because the aquarium was shut down. Another causality of Orlando. The campground was empty except for many cats which kept our dogs busy. I thought the University Of Florida had taken it over as a learning center, but don't see that anywhere on their web site. But any way, you can now swim with the dolphins.

http://www.marineland.net/

2006: Marineland is reborn as a modern 1.3 gallon facility designed with the behavioral needs of the animal, the viewing capabilities of the scientist, logistical needs of the trainer, and the "edutainment" needs of our guests in mind.

I think they meant 1.3 million gallon

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