Dolphins and other cetaceans may become stranded for a number of reasons, such as disorientation or other fortuitous events like sudden tidal fluctuations.
These marine species may become stranded singly or in great numbers, which causes conservationists and animal lovers to mobilize to return them to the ocean’s depths.
A recent viral event included the rescue of two dolphins that became stuck in Cuba, namely in the Cojmar district in eastern Havana.
A group of young people who didn’t think twice to step in to save two dolphins that had washed ashore on the shore of a local beach made the rescue feasible.
The rescue account was made public by volunteer with the Cuban Fire Department Rescue and Rescue, Jandro Gácita.
The incident occurred on the Cojmar reefs on September 12. Fortunately, a group of young people united themselves and collaborated to successfully reintroduce the dolphins to the water in top condition.
Facebook user Luis Gómez provided a picture of the amazing rescue method he used. In the footage, kids can be seen dragging dolphins out to sea while holding them by their tails.
They were extremely careful during the procedure and made sure the dolphins were always in the water; if not, dehydration could have caused a catastrophe.
Fortunately, the swimmers launched an incredible rescue effort without hurting anyone. The young people were quickly hailed as tremendous heroes after the community quickly noticed their accomplishment. Some users expressed their gratitude and wonder, as seen by the following:
Wonderful work protecting endangered species.
One more user said:
“A passionate design for animals, especially the endangered dolphins, and a cute cushiony gesture!”
Another commenter on the internet said:
“Bravo. Really admirable in these times. They would have been eaten somewhere else, I believe.”