Woman Pictured Wakeboarding In The Ocean - Wait Until You See What's Next To Her

A man named Wyatt went wakeboarding on the Sea of Cortez with a group of friends in the summer of 2013. The group had seen an occasional dolphin before when they were out wakeboarding, but they had never come up directly to a large pod of dolphins before.

Even more surprising, this group of dolphins swam right up to them, and started swimming and jumping all around the wakeboarder and the boat.

Marine biologists point out that the bottle nose dolphin is actually quite common in the Sea of Cortez. They can be seen in pods from 10 to 250 at a time. The males can grow as large as four meters long and can weigh up to 1430 lbs. These intelligent cetaceans have even been known to rescue humans in danger in the ocean.

The man Wyatt who posted this spectacular video on YouTube said this was one of the “top 3 experiences of my life,” so he has clearly had some amazing experiences in his life!

Of note, since this video was uploaded to YouTube in 2013, it has received more than 14 million views.

Source: Little Things
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