‘Weird’ images of dead dolphins, dolphins swimming on beach ‘a mystery’

A mysterious image of a dolphin swimming on a beach has been uploaded to the Google News database.

The image has been shared more than 5,000 times, with many people describing it as “awesome” and “mind-blowing”.

The image, which has been viewed more than 500,000, shows a dolphin wearing a “sad face” mask, its head tilted and its eyes open.

The caption reads: “A dolphin swimming in a pond.

Weird, but it’s the truth.”

The images have been shared with more than 200,000 people.

The animal is also being referred to as “the dolphin of the pond”, and the dolphin appears to be “hanging out” in a shallow pond in the middle of the beach.

However, the dolphin is not wearing a mask, and it is unclear whether it is a male or female.

The dolphin has also been described as “very happy”.

The BBC reported that the image was originally posted to the internet on February 18, and that it was widely shared.

It has been deleted since then, but the image has reappeared on the Google database.

However there is no indication that it is an official image.

In another case, another image of what appears to the be a dead dolphin was posted on February 22.

The article reported that a number of users have described the image as “horrific”, and said that it could be a “real case of mistaken identity”.

“There is a huge number of people sharing it with a very large number of other people,” said one user.

“I don’t think this is an isolated incident.”

“This is not a dolphin, it’s a man in the water, apparently swimming in the wrong way,” added another.

“There is no way this is a dolphin.”

It is not known how many other dolphins have been seen in the pictures, although the dolphins are thought to be more common in the northern Pacific Ocean.

Google said that the images were taken by the underwater camera company Ocean-Miner, and the caption reads “An amazing photo of a dead marine animal.”

The company added that the dolphins had been spotted in the Southern Ocean and the Indian Ocean.