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-- -- stuck in -- California wetlands for a week it may be it victim of bullying.
Trace Gallagher picks up the story from our -- newsroom Trace.
-- shallow wetlands -- -- Huntington Beach which is better on his -- city USA and some believe the dolphin is just sick but others say no this dolphin is actually being bullied and here's why they believe that.
Rescue teams came out and tried to help the -- get back into the ocean it's only about 400 yards but it's -- Tricky -- navigate the waters before it got back into open water a group of other dolphins came up and attacked it.
And forced it back into the shallow wetlands who -- dolphins had a dark side right.
Other experts say.
The -- is not being bullied in fact the other dolphins were just kind of reacting to this -- strange behavior of being in that shallow canal in the first place.
They believe the other dolphins will not leave their -- behind.
And now these marine biologists and experts are just kind of sitting back and waiting and hoping this wayward -- and decides to make its way back into open water.
If it gets sick or -- -- shallow water it's more shallow they may do something to help right now they're just kind of sitting back and waiting and and -- here in the ocean are you really bullied.
Are more like shark -- -- leader well.
Well that's not nose bent EG look at stock and clean the bad -- but I I like.
To go with a more positive theory be that you offered about how they just won't believe their friend.
Right yeah that's what a lot of people believe is that this this dolphin is really a lingers just kind of -- disoriented.
And they believe those dolphins are kind of swirling out in the ocean waiting for the -- to come back and once he comes back they'll they'll rejoining RT EG keep us updated.
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