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In 2004, four lifeguards were swimming off the coast of New Zealand when a pod of dolphins surrounded them underwater. They thought they were going to die.
Until one of the dolphins jumped out of the water and surfaced in the direction of a 10-foot-long great white shark. As the shark saw the lifeguards, he swam to them, but the dolphins started swimming in a frenzy, blocking his way. The dolphins swam around almost 40 minutes like this, while the lifeguards got to safety.
Almost the exact same thing happened a few years later. In 2007, a man named Todd Endris was surfing when a great white bite-tackled him off his board. After taking a few chunks out of Todd, the shark was then warded off by a pod of dolphins that surrounded Todd until he got to shore and was assisted by his friend.
On one hand, these stories could all be lies invented by dishonest dolphin apologists. On the other hand, there are a lot of firsthand accounts depicting dolphins acting like this. Scientists aren't sure why dolphins save people, but they definitely agree that they have the intelligence to do it, whether it is from some altruistic sense for creatures in need or because they just really hate sharks.
1. Answer these questions:
a) Why did they think they were going to die?
b) What did the shark want?
c) How long did the dolphins help these people?
d) What do scientists think about dolphins?
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