Dolphins saved a swimmer’s life
A diver who had been lost for almost 12 hours off the coast of England was saved by a pod of dolphins.
The scavengers noticed the crafty sea life, which helped them find and rescue the exhausted man!
A few days ago, a pod of dolphins helped a rescue team from the Royal Botanic Gardens Lifeboat Organization look for a missing athlete.
According to the News, this man survived despite being missing for more than 12 hours and was found by volunteers along with a small group of whales and dolphins.
The man, who was unable to identify himself, told the rescue crew that his goal was to paddle to a small, rocky island that was located about 5 miles (8 kilometers) offshore, where his clothes were initially found.
A few beachgoers spent several hours observing the young man’s abandoned clothes before contacting authorities, who then launched the search.
Despite spending so much time alone at sea, the person was only experiencing “hypothermia and weariness,” but he will soon recover.
The British Whale and Dolphin Group claims that this type of dolphin has just recently been spotted off the coast of Ireland.
On the other hand, the searchers claimed that this man’s recovery alive was an incredible stroke of luck.
Additionally, they raise awareness for those who accidentally enter the sea so that someone can warn them.