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U.S. Surfers Rescue Stranded Baby Dolphin in Costa Rica

Surfers from the United States visiting Costa Rica rescued a dolphin calf that had become stranded on the beach and separated from its mother. The rescue was witnessed by a shaper from Wooster Surfboards Costa Rica, and it was also captured on video and posted to the Facebook Timeline of the National Surfing Federation. The surfers self-identified with the nickname “Team Gringo.” The juvenile dolphin apparently got separated from its pod and got caught in the powerful surf that has prevailed for more than a week on the popular breaks along the Central Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The calf…

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