Two dolphins are filmed swimming in flood water caused by Hurricane Florence along battered North Carolina shoreline

Saturday, September 15, 2018
By Paul Martin

Two dolphins seen swimming near the coast line in Wilmington, North Carolina
Video footage shows the mammals frolicking in the sea in Hurricane Florence
High water caused by storm allowed dolphins to get close to batter shoreline

15 September 2018

Dolphins have been seen swimming close to the shoreline in high water caused by Hurricane Florence.

Video footage shot during the tropical storm shows what appears to be two dolphins swimming in the rising storm surge water.

The aquatic mammals are seen swimming against the current of the storm surge as it pounds the coastline near Wilmington, North Carolina, yesterday.

The pair of dolphins swam near the battered coastline as the storm’s waves and high winds raged around them.

It is not know if the dolphins came into shore to find shelter from the storm or if they were dragged in the the high winds.

Roads became flooded, trees blown over and homes destroyed as some parts of North Carolina have already seen surges of flood water as high as 10ft.

As Florence first broke on land yesterday 90mph winds struck the coastal areas, but as the storm system moved across land it was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm.

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