Fungi the Dingle Dolphin in Ireland
Nick Massett swims in Dingle harbour, County Kerry, on the west coast of Ireland, home of the famed dolphin Fungi..In 1984, the lone dolphin was observed escorting the fishing boats. The fishermen named him Fungi. Within months, he had become such a fixture that local officials declared him a permanent resident. .For more than 20 years, Fungi has stayed in the harbour and befriending humans, becoming one of Ireland's top attractions. England-born Massett and his family now live in Dingle has been swimming with the dolphin for years. .Every summer, Dingle town?s 3,000 inhabitants are overrun by tourists, who have come to see Fungi on boat trips..Fungi, a male bottlenose, is around 30 years old. He weighs about 250 kilos and is about four metres in length. .Add to Lightbox Download
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