Video shows jet skiers rescuing trapped dolphin from fishing net in Florida

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  • Global News published this video item, entitled “Video shows jet skiers rescuing trapped dolphin from fishing net in Florida” – below is their description.

    A jet skier, Nicholas Tuduri, and his friend worked together to rescue a dolphin that had its tail caught by a rope attached to a cage off the south coast of Florida near Miami on Nov. 21.

    Caught on what appears to be a helmet camera, Tuduri is seen on the water when a dolphin swims by. That’s when he notices its tail is caught and tells his friend, Craig, to turn off his jet ski. Tuduri brings his own closer to where the dolphin is and jumps in the water to try and use a knife to cut the net off.

    Tuduri got back on his jet ski, joined by his friend, and the two worked together to bring the net and the cage it was attached to closer to the surface to then cut the rope off of the dolphin’s tail. It then swam off into the water. He told local media that it was tiring but said if other jet skiers were in a similar situation, he hoped they’d do the same.

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