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The skin of the dolphin is very delicate and it can easily be damaged by contact with other surfaces.

The skin of the dolphin is very delicate and it can easily be damaged by contact with other surfaces.

Baby Dolphin Pictures: Photos of Cute Baby, Young Sea Mammals | Teen.com

Baby Dolphin Pictures: Photos of Cute Baby, Young Sea Mammals | Teen.com

Mother Dolphin and her newborn. So precious!

Mother Dolphin and her newborn. So precious!

A very happy bottlenose dolphin | Picture: Caters News Agency

A very happy bottlenose dolphin | Picture: Caters News Agency

Keo, a 12-year-old dolphin at Dolphin Quest Hawaii, swims with her newborn calf  Picture: Dolphin Quest Hawaii/AP

Keo, a 12-year-old dolphin at Dolphin Quest Hawaii, swims with her newborn calf Picture: Dolphin Quest Hawaii/AP

Allow yourself to experience joy. Believe it or not, I know way too many people who don’t allow themselves to have fun. And they don’t even know how to be happy. Some people are actually addicted to their problems and the chaos in them so much that they wouldn’t even know who they are without them. So try to allow yourself to be happy! Even if it’s just for a small moment, it’s important to focus on joy, not your hardships.

Allow yourself to experience joy. Believe it or not, I know way too many people who don’t allow themselves to have fun. And they don’t even know how to be happy. Some people are actually addicted to their problems and the chaos in them so much that they wouldn’t even know who they are without them. So try to allow yourself to be happy! Even if it’s just for a small moment, it’s important to focus on joy, not your hardships.

Bottlenose Dolphins, Caribbean Sea Near Roatan, Honduras

Bottlenose Dolphins, Caribbean Sea Near Roatan, Honduras

Whenever I see a dolphin all I can hear is 'So long and thanks for all the fish'

Whenever I see a dolphin all I can hear is 'So long and thanks for all the fish'

Dolphins - National Geographic Photo Contest www.ilove-Africa.com

Dolphins - National Geographic Photo Contest www.ilove-Africa.com