A baby dolphin has been rescued in Japan after being dumped in a rice field by a giant tsunami that hit the coast on March 11.
Tsunami dolphin: A baby dolphin was rescued from a rice paddy 1 mile from the sea after being swept inland in the tsunami.
Across Asia, local communities are taking advantage of the region's small but growing "ecotourism" industry.
A baby dolphin has been saved after being dumped in a rice field by the tsunami which hit Japans coast earlier this month.
Dolphin Image Credit: Dolphinsc.com A tsunami dumped dolphin was saved by a 32-year-old pet-shop owner in a flooded rice field in Japan on Tuesday, March 22, 2011, according to international sites. The dolphin is believed to be washed off the shore by the giant tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011. Ryo Taira, together [...]
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