The sharp fall in sea pollution and nautical acidity because of the lockdown have given marine activity a new lease of life.

A few weeks ago, dolphins returned to the canals of Venice and this morning a pod of dolphins were spotted and caught on video in the Bay of Palma just off the Can Pere Antoni beach, in front of the convention centre, infamous for its regular sewage spills during the summer when it rains.

Another pod appeared in Puerto Soller.


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Mr B / Hace 10 months

Nice to see Dolphins in their natural habitat. However, what about the Dolphins in Marine Land.

This captive dolphin spectacle does not teach the spectators about the true nature of dolphins. What it does teach them is that humans can treat these beings in whichever way they see fit, even if it means turning once-wild opportunistic foragers of the oceans into begging circus clowns. Captive dolphins are controlled by their food. Wild dolphins that are forced into captivity find themselves away from their family. Disgusting treatment of majestic intelligent animals. Watch the 2013 American documentary film directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite about the cruel treatment of Dolphins.


Stephen Knipe / Hace 10 months

It's nice to see, however you should have fact checked the rest of the story as the Dolphins in Venice wasn't true.