Atlantic bottlenose dolphins swim close to kayakers on the Hudson River.
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Dolphins swam alongside a group of kayakers on the Hudson River in New York City on August 14, much to their delight. Habiba Hussain’s footage features dolphins swimming in and out of the water against the backdrop of the New York City skyline. At least three dolphins, Hussain told Storyful, she saw. Hussain told Storyful, “I couldn’t believe my eyes.” “They stayed and played with us for nearly an hour, which was an incredible honor” The New York Times reported that there have been an increased number of dolphin sightings in New York waters, with “improved habitat quality, warmer water due to climate change, and the recovery of menhaden stocks, experts say” as possible causes. Storyful / Habiba Hussain
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