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Excerpt from Marty the Dolphin's Great Day Adventure

Dolphins Swimming - Excerpt from Marty the Dolphin's Great Day Adventure

It was a beautiful sunny day. The dolphin pod and their Yellowfin Tuna neighbors were swimming deep in the Pacific Ocean. The dolphins, needing air to breathe, were swimming close to the surface while the tuna breathe sea water so they swam below the dolphins. Most of the time, when you see a herd of dolphins, there is a good chance Yellowfin are close by. On any given day you could see hundreds of dolphins flying and leaping out of the waves.

This is all 4 year old Marty the Dolphin knew. He was always surrounded by his parents, their dolphin friends and their calves (Marty could never figure out why dolphin babies were called calves when they didn’t “moo”).

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As the pod swam out further in the Pacific, Marty noticed the water changing from blue green to almost navy blue. “Mom, why is the water changing color and getting colder?”

“Well Marty, the further out you go the deeper the Ocean gets and the colder and darker the water becomes...” his mother replied.

Wow, thought Marty… If I keep on going the water should be freezing and black in color by the time I’m done!

Off in the horizon, Marty saw some fishing boats. Marty loved fish and fishing boats so he thought he’d swim closer to see if the fishermen might throw him some of their extra fish.
Fishermen were known to throw fish back if they couldn’t use them... so Marty turned and started swimming towards the boats.

Dolphins Swimming - Excerpt from Marty the Dolphin's Great Day Adventure

Dolphins Swimming - Excerpt from Marty the Dolphin's Great Day Adventure

Dark and billowing storm clouds were starting to brew and the ocean breeze was intensifying. The noise from the wind and crashing waves prevented Marty from hearing his mother calling to him. After a while, Marty realized he was alone and had distanced himself from the rest of the pod.

Marty was on his own.