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Dolphins caught chewing on fish to get high

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Dec
2013

A new BBC documentary will show adolescent dolphins getting high by chewing on puffer fish. 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 programs executive producer John Downer notes the dolphin were in a trance-like state, hanging around with their noses at the surface as if fascinated by their own reflection.

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