Updated: 10/23/2020 – 9:29 PM
37 years later
Where is the fungus? Star dolphin not found in Ireland!
There is uncertainty in the Irish town of Dingle – uncertainty about where her favorite dolphin fungi have gone. The search for him is active.
Now the bay of the Irish city of Dingle is empty, because the beautiful dolphin Fungi, who has lived there for 37 years, is gone. Otherwise, the anthropomorphic beast will linger there and delight young and old, residents and tourists alike. He did not think of the solitary dolphin conspiracy, but he found people who swam or swam on a large scale. Nothing can be seen right now about this extraordinary friendship between humans and animals. As reported by the German Press Agency and RND, If you do not see the Star Dolphin Fungi – search is on.
The Irish Dolphin is nowhere to be seen – has anyone seen the fungus?
An entire town in Ireland is in turmoil as the famous dolphin fungus disappeared a few days ago. Boats currently use boats to search for dolphins. The marine mammal weighs 400 kilograms and has a triangular incision in the dorsal fin according to the travel book. A symbol of the city of Dingle, he was immortalized there in the form of a bronze statue. The fungus is also a world record holder. It is the oldest lone dolphin in the world.
Is the dolphin fungus dead?
But no one now knows about this lonely event. According to a BBC report, Dingle residents want their dolphins to swim after the meal just whipping them out of the sea. Unfortunately, a tragic outcome also needs to be considered. The dolphin could have died. As one marine biologist told RTE, an Irish broadcaster, he may be over 45 years old. The life expectancy of this type is 45 to 50 years.
The fact that Fungi is gone is very dear and we hope he will be safe soon. On the other hand, there was good news recently regarding dolphins: Pink dolphins are returning to Hong Kong.
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