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An 8-year-old girl was bitten by a dolphin she was feeding at SeaWorld in a frightening moment caught on camera by her father (Video)
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[quote:smilesun:MV8yMDY5MDI5XzM0ODMyODE5X0YzMzgwMTMx] [quote:INK3:MV8yMDY5MDI5XzM0ODE4NDUwX0YyRUYzNkYx] Freaking stupid parents. I'd have NEVER let my kids do that. Animals are not cartoons, they are animals. Grow up and stop thinking we're living in Disneyworld. Also, leave the poor Dolphins alone! [/quote] :Smiley: [/quote]
The incident occurred during a Nov. 21 visit to SeaWorld Orlando. Jillian Thomas was feeding the dolphins fish when she held up her paper tray and said it was empty. That’s when a dolphin lunged out of the water and sank its teeth into Jillian’s arm, pulling her toward the pool before letting go.
Her father, Jamie Thomas, uploaded the footage to YouTube on Saturday, posting, “We wanted to share this video so others can make an informed decision about whether or not the risks to yourself or your child are worth the experience.”
Thomas told WKMG-TV he quickly rushed to his daughter’s side, fearing she’d be pulled into the water.
“We think that attraction at SeaWorld is dangerous and it was traumatic for us to go through that event,” he said. Read more [
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