The terrifying moment group of raging dolphins terrorise.
Thrill Seeking Dolphins Get High Chewing A Pufferfish (Video) Turns out getting high is not just a human obsession! For the very first time, dolphins have been observed getting high on a chemical released by puffer fish. Pufferfish release a defensive chemical when threatened, which in small doses causes a narcotic effect in dolphins.
Treehugger recently posted 10 Reasons Why Dolphins Are Undeniably Awesome. This is all nice and well but this does overlook some key aspects of dolphins that should be recognized. Good luck trying to sleep tonight when you start thinking about dolphins. 1. They gang rape femalesAs Miriam wrote be.
Young dolphins in Western Australia like to pass around blowfish — probably to get high, according to new research. Krista Nicholson, a researcher at Murdoch University in Perth, observed young.
Dolphins 'getting high' on puffer fish, zoologist Rob Pilley says Dolphins' well-known smarts appear to have led them to drugs, with the mammals caught chewing on toxic puffer fish to enjoy the.
Latest one I read on the subject (unfortunately) dismisses the idea that dolphins get high when they poke a pufferfish. IIRC, the behavior they show while bopping the pufferfish around is actually normal behavior for them, and can be observed while playing with other toys, like a beachball. Researchers believe that what the dolphins are actually doing is just that - playing.
Yet another awesome discovery about dolphins show that they get recreationally high by seeking out pufferfish, catching them in their mouths and swimming around with them. The pufferfish, when in trouble, balloons and discharges a neurotoxic chemical. In small doses, the chemical can kill, but in the small doses absorbed by the dolphins, it.
And when dolphins take it in small doses, they get high. So, if you see a bunch of dolphins passing around a Pufferfish, just know that they’re doing the aquatic version of puff-puff-pass.