Evelina Bledans knowingly panicked when meeting wild dolphins during a too far swim in the sea. The expert explained what threatens such a collision.
These animals do not cause serious harm to humans, but sometimes they show aggression, Sergey Krivokhizhin , a senior researcher at the Ecology Research Institute, explained to PopCornNews.
Dolphins can react sharply to too curious importunate bathers, the expert noted. Sometimes there are no bites at all.
“There were such cases in the Crimea when these animals were played rudely. Swimming with wild dolphins I would not advise anyone. They do not cause significant harm, but they can seriously scare. You shouldn’t be pushy.”. . . . . .