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    Dolphins are among the most recognisable marine animals, and certainly among the most clever. In the Bahamas they have been the stars of many attractions oriented mostly at tourists from the nearby United States, but how do these friendly flippered mammals kill time during a global medical crisis?

    Normally tasked with entertaining tourists, dolphins in the Bahamas have had more downtime than usual due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, this east-of-Miami dolphin football fan has taken a true Bahamian 'no worries' attitude, content to play a game of fetch with his buddy.

    In this video you can see him catching a football pass.

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