A cu­ri­ous event

Joondalup Weekender - - Opinion - TERRY BEAHAN, Joon­dalup

YOUR ar­ti­cle ‘Dol­phins prov­ing a bar­rier to re­pairs’, of Oc­to­ber 4 and re­fer­ring to dol­phins en­ter­ing through a gap in the fenced area at Sor­rento Beach, did amuse me some­what.

As we are all well aware, dol­phins are a bit like us and can be very cu­ri­ous.

It would be noth­ing for dol­phins to hop over such a low bar­rier to ex­plore what may lay be­hind such a strange de­vice.

They’re only hu­man and many of them have trained for pre­ci­sion jump­ing and gen­eral in­tel­li­gence tasks.

For our in­for­ma­tion only, a no­tice should state ‘short stay dol­phins are wel­comed to join swim­mers at Sor­rento’. Very few, if any, dol­phins can read, know­ing us through our charm and kind­ness only.

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