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Human chain rescues stranded dolphins – BBC News

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46 thoughts on “Human chain rescues stranded dolphins – BBC News

  1. I grew up in Palm Harbor, just north of Clearwater. I wonder how many gators were in there. Floridians know to never get into bodies of murky fresh water. These people truly acted in bravery and selflessness to save these dolphins.

  2. First time I’ve liked a bbc ‘report’. Not much they could do with this story but tell the truth.
    I love people when they work and stand together to do good.

    (bbc could learn a lesson or two about working for the good of humanity rather than their owners).

  3. Its good work i agree but i have question for all the humans mostly to the british and eurpeans amricans that i want to say that you can animals but you hate humans and do not saving humans life?

  4. Dolphins didn’t have any problem till people came along. The collection of species we refer to as dolphins are thought to be 11 million years old. Man (homo sapiens) phff a few hundred thousand years… and what a complete mess of the whole planet man has made of it.

  5. You telling me that those dolphins were stranded there and it touk a humen chain of hippies to safe one of the smartest creatures of the sea get the fuck out i hate animal groups

  6. Britain: land of thieves

    Britain: A nation of cheats and thieves

    How Britain stole $45 trillion from India

    How do the British feel when people call them thief for looting during the period of colonisation?

    The UK grew rich by looting the world; now it launders billions for other looters

    The British empire was a globe-spanning criminal enterprise that produced vast riches for England (and, to a lesser extent, Scotland and Wales) by stealing the lands of others while slaughtering and enslaving them; today the empire is in decline and the UK is no longer reliant on direct looting.

    Instead, the UK and its former colonies have become the world's most prolific money-laundry for other looters, servicing criminal oligarchs who steal from their own countries. The latest Corporate Tax Haven Index from the Tax Justice Network (previously) puts the UK and its overseas possessions firmly in the lead in the global money-laundry league tables.

    The story is complex: many of the former colonies (now euphemistically termed "overseas territories" or "dependencies") were deliberately set up as financial secrecy havens during the decolonization process, a maneuver that provided British elites with a convenient way to hide their wealth from British authorities while creating (some) jobs on these "treasure islands."

    But turning an impoverished, looted colony into a tax-haven is no path to riches: instead, these treasure islands get stuck in a long period of stagnation (the "finance curse") that prevents them from realizing their full potential. In the meantime, the looted trillions that they're skimming pennies from are the source of enormous suffering other countries (many of them also former colonies). All told, financial secrecy havens are depriving the world's governments of £500b every year.

    The UK and its dependencies lead the pack, but the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland (the "Axis of Avoidance") aren't far behind.

  7. Animals are coming towards us because the oceans are polluted. They are not stranded or lost. They need our help. This is going on more and more. Why do you think the beaches whales started yrs ago. The earth is imploding upon its self. Were such greedy people till we understand we will continue to push away the animals and people that are in need. Remember we destroyed the oceans rivers and the rest of the earth keep claiming big business but we are all responsible also !

  8. In this dreadful time of corruption (tRump and the Republicans in America) it is nice to see that there are people with heart and soul, with integrity and honour that want a better world. God bless you.

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