The amazing encounter on January 11 was captured on video and the diver, Keller Laros, spent the better part of eight minutes tending to the needy mammal who readily accepted the help. Mr Laros told KITV how he soon noticed that the dolphin's movements were inhibited because it was entangled in fishing line and a hook was lodged in its pectoral fin.
Stricken dolphin who 'asked' Hawaii diver for help(8 posts)
@Ted agree never forgot times table did we..
Started a sing song table with grandson, 'no no grandma,' but guess what we went to visit the swings and he just started the singing tables, and we both fell about laughing...
so why they change things I dunno, what is wrong with it if sticks in the brain????
But as I say, the children today only know their laptops and calculators, and it is no good us harping on, they are living it, we have had our time :):)
I can understand them saying " but why do I need to remember" when a push of a button gives me the answer...
I fear the search and reason of why by passes a large number of them...
Drizzle, after reading your post it made me think of the movie "WALL-E" with the FAT people going from place to place in those floating platforms. So fat they couldn't walk.
@vistamike - Great find. Thoroughly enjoyed the clip.
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