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Dolphins 'alert' rescuers to lost swimmer
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4 September 2021
On 4 September 2021 BBC News reported:
A swimmer missing for almost 12 hours off the Irish coast was rescued after a lifeboat crew's attention was drawn to a pod of dolphins. The RNLI volunteers spotted the exhausted man among the dolphins in the sea near Castlegregory in County Kerry. Conservationists have now identified the animals as being from a population of bottlenose dolphins that feed and breed in Scotland's Moray Firth.
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