Dolphin That Found Way Into Lake After Katrina Deemed Dangerous
A rogue dolphin has started menacing the residents of an upscale waterfront community outside of New Orleans. The animal was swimming in Lake Pontchartrain in Slidell, Louisiana when his pod left and he was left stranded in the lake. The ?
Residents in an upscale waterfront community just outside New Orleans have a menacing animal on their hands. But, it's not the beastly wild animal you would normally think of. Instead, it's a sweet-faced bottle-nosed dolphin and hospital officials say he's already taken a bite out of three people who have entered the waters of Lake Pontchartrain in Slidell, Louisiana.
Wildlife officials say the dolphin isn't dangerous, but getting too close to feed or pet him exposes boaters to unintended nips.
A rogue dolphin is terrorizing residents near a waterfront community just outside the city of New Orleans. The dolphin, which was left alone after Hurricane Katrina, has attacked at least three people who have entered the waters of Lake Pontchartrain in Slidell, La., ABC reported.
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