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Can you imagine the incredible sight of thousands upon thousands of dolphins surrounding your boat as they swim together in the ocean?

Well that’s just the treat a group of lucky tourists got when a ‘super-pod’ of common dolphins was spotted as they enjoyed a day trip on the water off the coast of California.
Common dolphins are very social and are often found in relatively large groups, but one of more than a few hundred is rare. Perhaps a once in a lifetime sight for some very lucky people!

The dolphins may have all come together to enjoy feasting on some of their favourite fish.

Find out more information and photos of common dolphins.