AN ULTRASOUND INTERVIEW WITH DOLPHY.

As we know, dolphins (like many other animals) are unfortunately endangered. If we do nothing now, many animals will become extinct, that is, they will disappear forever from the face of the Earth and there will be no turning back.

This cannot be accessed, because if we do not respect Nature, we do not respectAs we know, dolphins (like many other animals) are unfortunately endangered. If we do nothing now, many animals will become extinct, that is, they will disappear forever from the face of the Earth and there will be no turning back.

This cannot be accessed, because if we do not respect Nature, we do not respect ourselves.

Today we are going to dive in to ask a few questions of a dolphin named Dolphy…

JOURNALISTS: Hi, it’s a pleasure for me to meet you, you must be Dolphy … right? Let’s start with the first question?

JOURNALISTS: What do you think of humans?

DOLPHY: So, when you want to be nice, you play with us and throw us some tasty morsels, but sometimes you just don’t understand us. When we feel that you are getting too close to our puppies, for example, you do not understand when we signal you to leave, that the game is over and you have to move away. And not only do you stay there, but sometimes you get close as well, believing that we want to encourage you to play! And on those occasions we happen to have to attack you, not to hurt you but to protect the puppies …

REPORTER: How do you attack humans, you dolphins?

DOLPHY: We rush towards whoever we want to attack and then hit him with the muzzle. You must know that this is a very hard part of our body, which can hurt a lot. It is not pleasant to have to attack humans, but again, it is necessary to protect our puppies.

JOURNALISTS: Sorry, but why are you afraid that humans can harm your puppies?

DOLPHY: It comes naturally to us to protect them. it is the protective instinct. You humans have it too. But we also do it because some humans don’t treat us well, in fact they even hunt dolphins. Should we allow ourselves to touch our dolphins ?!

JOURNALISTS: Ah, I’m very sorry that this happens, it doesn’t seem right at all. èèè right to stop the dolphin hunt! Shall we move on to the next question?

DOLPHY: Yes, that’s okay for me….

JOURNALISTS: Which marine animal do you dolphins get along with most?

DOLPHY: We dolphins get along well above all with whales, with belugas, narwhals, killer whales and finally with sperm whales. We get along well with them because we are almost the same size and we have the ability to understand and feel if someone is suffering and if he is sick we bring him to the surface to let him breathe so that he can recover …

JOURNALISTS: What are your enemies?

DOLPHY: The sharks. You may think it’s funny, but it’s not us who fear them, they’re the ones who fear us. As I said before, we attack with our snout, which also hurts the sharks a lot, as they get away quickly. We happened to have to save castaways from these predators, hunting sharks with snouts.

JOURNALISTS: It is said that you dolphins are very intelligent … is it true?

DOLPHY: It’s not to brag but yes, we dolphins, we have a brain very similar to that of humans (better, I’d say). We have a strong personality, a sense of harmony with man and the ability to understand what is said to them, make us unique …. yes, I know that unique is the perfect word to introduce ourselves …

JOURNALISTS: Our little curiosity, you dolphins hunted in groups or individually?

DOLPHY: We hunt in groups and feed on squid, herring but also crustaceans. We have up to 250 small, pointed teeth to grab slimy fish …

JOURNALISTS: How long can a dolphin stay underwater?

DOLPHY: A dolphin can only stay underwater for 15 minutes. Although we live in the sea, we dolphins are mammals and we breathe with our lungs. Necessarily we must emerge to the surface to throw out the water vapor from the blowhole and to take back air which will then be condensed and expelled in the form of water vapor at the next emergence….

JOURNALISTS: And how long can a dolphin stay above the water?

DOLPHY: Despite the fact that we dolphins breathe air, we stay out of the water for a few hours. Are there any other questions? Because I’m enjoying chatting with you …

JOURNALISTS: We Dolphys too! But unfortunately we have to go now. We humans can only spend a short time in the water and we are running out of air in our cylinders!

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Autore:

Nelva Sanchez e Flavia Valenti

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