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Watch The Video When Dolphin Attacks Trainer During Miami's Seaquarium Flipper Dolphin Show

By Andrew Alpin, 18 April

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What is your thought about dolphins? Usually, you imagine dolphins to be friendly, social, and non-violent creatures that normally never attack or behave aggressively towards humans. However, this one incident has now shocked many people who thought that dolphins never seem to get angry or turn violent. In a video clip captured at Miami’s Seaquarium, one of the dolphins turned on one of its trainers during a live dolphin show. You can see the trainer being rammed by the dolphin a few times before she finally makes it to safety at the pool’s edge. So, what may have caused it to go berserk? Let’s find out by listening to the whole story.

A scary incident shocked everyone watching the dolphin performance at Miami’s Aquarium.

A terrifying incident occurred at the Flipper Dolphin Show in Miami on Saturday. A dolphin attacked a female trainer during a display at the Seaquarium. Three trainers were hosting the show, but one of them, who was floating in the middle of the pool and performing with the dolphins, became the creature’s target.

A scary incident shocked everyone watching the dolphin performance at Miami’s Aquarium

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Luckily the trainer was able to escape, although she sustained injuries

According to a statement from the facility in Florida, the dolphin can be seen acting violently toward the trainer. But she luckily managed to exit the pool without being severely injured. At the same time, another member of the trainer’s team lends her a hand and quickly tends to her.

Luckily the trainer was able to escape, although she sustained injuries

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Like all creatures, Dolphins have a limit to how much they can bear

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Dolphins seem to have a limit to how much they can take about being instructed what to do. During the show’s performance at Miami Seaquarium, one of the dolphins became enraged and assaulted one of its trainers, which was caught on camera.

Like all creatures, Dolphins have a limit to how much they can bear

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28-year-old Alexandria Barry received the brunt of the dolphin’s rage

Alexandria Barry, a 28-year-old trainer, was floating in the pool during the Flipper Show on Saturday when the enraged dolphin turned on her. After ramming and lifting Barry out of the water and thrashing her with its tail, the dolphin, named Sundance by the Seaquarium, finally swam away. Barry immediately swam to the pool’s edge to calm herself down, where she climbed out and kneeled before being examined by medical staff.

28-year-old Alexandria Barry received the brunt of the dolphin’s rage

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