A rare pink dolphin has been spotted. No Really! I'm serious! See the video here...


A rare pink bottlenose dolphin has been spotted north of the Gulf of Mexico in southwestern Louisiana. The young dolphin, which was first sighted as a calf in June 2007 and photographed a few weeks later, gets its brilliant pink color and bright red eyes from blood vessels that lie just below its layer of blubber. This pink color is masked by pigments in the skin of normally-colored gray animals. Some say it should be captured on put on display while others say leave it alone. What do you say? Read more about this spectacular animal here: Source