TOKYO (Sputnik) – Attacks on people by dolphins have increased on beaches in the Japanese city of Fukui, Japanese media reported on Saturday.
City officials are increasing the number of buoys and using ultrasound to scare off the dolphins. At the same time, the city noted that beachgoers often tried to touch or ride the dolphins, urging people to stay away and instead watch the dolphins from the shore.
There have also been previous cases of dolphins chasing divers at depths of 6 meters (20 feet) in an attempt to bite the diver’s equipment. is ready.
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