Unexpected Family in the Ocean
Kiara Vallier | May 15, 2015
As we approach the long week in Canada we thought we would share a nice story about a lonely dolphin accepted into a family of sperm whales. Sperm whales have a tendency to “babysit” juveniles of their group so scientists believe that this is one of the main reasons they took the dolphin in so easily. We encourage all of you to spend time with your family this weekend and not to forget to explore your lakes and oceans whenever you get the chance!
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