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First ever footage of dolphins trying to save one of their own. Warning: Sad ending!
I guess they didn’t have a chance to record any of their sounds–that could have been very enlightening since this is the first time anyone’s gotten video of a dolphin at sea.
Thank you for warning me about the ending. I have a hard time with unhappy endings.
Good explanation of RSS feeds and video demonstration. I learned about RSS in school, but I know a lot of other people today still you should not understand what it is or how to use it.
you have a great blog here! would you like to make some invite posts on my blog?
As for that question about Indianapolis. Final week a tower ought to of been turned on in downtown picking up 4g signal around central downtown.
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