Pilot Whales and Dazzling Dolphins Follow Early Birds

Hi, it’s Martin ‘Werewolfie’ Adams, satirical comedy sports correspondent at the Greenygrey. Congratulations to Rafa Nadal on his French Open win for Team GG. Unfortunately, Red Bull equalised later that day as Sebastian Vettel won the Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix, meaning the weekend ended all square between probably two of the greatest animal-orientated sporting brands ever to have never really fitted into a circle.

At the Greenygrey we don’t believe in thinking outside the box; we live outside it!

Early Bird Planning or Wild Goose Chase

Goose and duck

Goose and duck (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you want to be a sporting champion you sometimes have to do some preparation; and the same is true for beating the greenygrey. Today, I checked the weather forecast, and got out in the morning while the sun was out, before the greenygrey turned up at lunchtime.

Our legendary travel correspondent Jack Wolfpac argues that it’s sometimes better to just go out and take your chances, on a mystery tour unaware of destination and weather conditions.

I think that’s probably true, and it depends on time and circumstances; fitted into a Greenygrey philosophy.

Surreal Pilot Whales and Playful Dolphins 

Playful Dolphin

Playful Dolphin (Photo credit: The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel)

Talking of sport and animals, some animals and birds look like ducks out of water on land; like seals… and ducks. Whales and dolphins probably would too, but they don’t venture out of the water.

However, in water they can look sublime, graceful, fast and fun; as shown in four recent videos Marc Latham uploaded to the Greenygrey3 channel on YouTube.

Here’s the best two in my opinion. The first shows pilot whales swimming effortlessly through the sea; like ducks in water. The second shows playful dolphins swimming alongside, under, and in front of the Catamaran Bonadea II. A dolphin calf brightened by the sun rolls in a sparkling sea.

 

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