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www.dolphins-world.com/dolphins-rescuing-humans

But, why do dolphins save humans, if they are a different species? Many theories exists that try to explain the reason, but until now none is widely accepted. Researchers think that sometimes the relationship between humans and dolphins have nothing to do with empathy and rather it is a symbiotic relationship of help-reward.

www.dolphins-for-kids.com/do-dolphins-really-save-humans

Do dolphins really save humans? ' Dolphins for Kids ' - Interesting facts about dolphins for kids. Learn about: dolphin biology ... When a shark started following him, a pod of dolphins started to circle him, apparently to protect him from the shark. The pod stayed with him for over an hour.

www.quora.com/Why-do-dolphins-and-whales-protect-humans...

Whales and dolphins do not just protect humans, they have been known to protect seals, penguins, and other animals. Whales have bern known to actively protect seals from sharks. Cetaceans are highly intelligent, and appear to have many similar behaviours to humans, it is not surprising that like humans many of them help species other than their ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071118175716AATyZ57

It can't be for reasons of community or any other reasons that humans do since fish do not reciprocate and the dolphins would learn quite quickly that that is the case. Dolphins are still hunted by humans in parts of the world. Yet they routinely protect and fend off sharks. Sharks have been shown to leave bloody meat alone in the presence of dolphins.

slate.com/technology/2014/05/adam-walker-saved-by-dolphins...

Maybe the dolphins were there to protect a human, or maybe a much simpler and more likely scenario occurred: Dolphins and sharks were there because he was in the ocean and dolphins and sharks live ...

www.mmo-champion.com/threads/1143117-Why-do-wild-dolphins...

Pictured: Dolphins are known to put themselves at risk to save humans from danger. Scientists are unable to explain this behaviour. Wild dolphins go out of their way to save humans from drowning and from sharks. They bring drowning humans to the surface of the water to save them. A group of dolphins ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080726050301AA5jELG

Obviously, they understand what it means if a shark attacks a dolphin. They know it's bad news and they try to protect the dolphin that's getting attacked, (successfully, in many cases). On the occasions that they help humans, it's hard to know why they do, but they certainly know humans won't hurt them (here in Australia, anyway).

animalj14.imascientist.org.uk/question/why-do-dolphins...

No one really knows. Dolphins are very social and protect other dolphins in their pods. They may recognise that humans are intelligent like them, and treat us as some kind of funny-looking dolphin. When another dolphin, is struggling to get to the surface to breathe, the other dolphins will take turns helping push them to the surface to get air.

www.dolphin-way.com/dolphins-–-the-facts/dolphins-helping-humans

Why do dolphins help people? There are many stories dating back into history of dolphins helping people. Why they should do this is a mystery, especially as man has killed countless dolphins over the years, and continues to do so. In some cases these are ongoing relationships.

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Why not just take people out to swim with the wild dolphins, as they already did in Bimini, and let them interact with people on their own terms? But the massage therapist didn’t see it like that. ‘You don’t understand,’ she said. ‘Dolphins want to help people — they will want to be with us at the resort.