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Is the stranded Huntington Beach dolphin a victim of bullying?

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Published on May 1, 2012

The dolphin is believed to be one of six seen swimming in Huntington Harbor at Huntington Beach, California. The dolphin was somehow separated from its pod mates. The 400-pound creature took refuge near Warner Avenue bridge. Would-be rescuers used paddle boards in an attempt to shoo the dolphin back into the harbor on Saturday. But the sight of two more dolphins scared it back toward Warner Avenue bridge. The dolphin swam under the paddle-boarders and back toward the bridge. Experts say the dolphin may be a victim of bullying from other dolphins. SOURCE: CNN, Los Angeles Times

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