‘Fungie’ The Dolphin Spotted Swimming Outside Ann Summers
You might have already heard about Fungie the dolphin (also known as the Dingle Dolphin).
For readers who do not know, Fungie is a common bottlenose dolphin who became separated from other wild dolphins.
He is known to live in very close contact with humans in Dingle, Ireland.
– appears to show the friendly dolphin swimming past Ann Summers in a flooded high street in Cork.
One social media user was quick to point out that Fungie needs to be careful that he doesn’t get caught in some fishnet tights.
Judging by the image, he appears to have made it past the famous shop in one piece.
Of course, nobody really knows where Fungie was heading or why he was in the high street in the first place.
But what the image does highlight, is just how good some people are when it comes to using their Adobe Photoshop skills.
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Since publishing this story about Fungie the dolphin, another follower sent us an image that seems to shine some light on the mysterious comings-and-goings of Fungie.
Could this be him? Emerging from his natural habitat? Keep your eyes peeled and if you have any more sightings to report, then please do not be afraid to get in touch…
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