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Dolphins Caught Chewing On Fish To Get High


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http://www.theverge.com/2013/12/31/5259898/dolphins-caught-chewing-on-fish-to-get-high

 

A new BBC documentary will show adolescent dolphins getting high by chewing on pufferfish. The fish secrete a toxin that gives the dolphins a buzz, and the crew on the upcoming show filmed male bottlenose dolphins passing around a puffer fish before acting "most peculiarly." The program's executive producer John Downer notes the dolphin were in a trancelike state, "hanging around with their noses at the surface as if fascinated by their own reflection."
 
Dolphins aren't the first animals caught getting high — moose have for many years been observed getting drunk by eating fermented apples. The footage was captured thanks to a number of bizarre contraptions created for the documentary Spy in the Pod. The crew modified remote-controlled cameras to resemble a tuna (pictured above), turtle, squid, and dolphin in order to film the animals without disturbing them.
 
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Could you send me a pufferfish please. I am almost out of voodoo live zombie powder ;-)

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deer and rabbits intentionally eat weed and mushrooms, that's why theyre all jumpy. The video is unavailable in my country....lame

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