Not the End, but the Fin
We once may have walked with Dolphins on the dry, solid land. Sound strange? Well our finny friends are classified by some researchers as re-entrants, and theory has it that they actually lived on land before adapting to the water. Scientists found that their fins may have actually been formed from legs and toes. So maybe our closest sea friends were wolf-like land animals once upon a time. We really aren’t that different from our aquatic cousins. A mere tablespoon of water in a dolphin's lung could drown it, while we would drown after just two tablespoons. But the reason we love them is that their joy-like eagerness to play that is so infectious is also recognizable in our own kind. They love to play – and now you can play with them in these dolphin games.
Dolphins need their strength to swim through the waters, whichever ones they find themselves. With Dolphin Swimming, keep the energy source coming as you help your own personal Flipper swim as far as he or she can. And to help one underwater kitchen stay anchored, play Dolphin Restaurant and keep some hard turtle customers satisfied as the plates keep coming.
Scientists discovered that dolphins give themselves names. They develop their own personalized whistles and recognize their own and other dolphins' names. Trainers have used whistle techniques to communicate with domesticated performers for decades. With My Dolphin Show, kids can help their friends flip and frolic their way into the audience's hearts as they make spectacular jumps and splashes. With dophin games for kids like Dolphin Show 8, go even further into virtual dolphin games, with an unstoppable, 126-level splash into six different worlds of amazing acts like doughnut jumping and audience drenching, even scoring a soccer goal. Dolphin jumping games are a splash.
Don’t be finicky, nose your way in and see what it en-tails to keep the good times rolling in our dolphin online games.