Surprising “Facts” About Dolphins  

Since March is Dolphin Awareness Month, and we all need a break from the pandemic . . . let’s check out The Top Surprising Facts About Dolphins.


  • A dolphin can leap up to 20 feet in the air.  Like you after your wife catches you on the computer late at night.
  • Scientists say they probably don’t dream, but if they did, they’d dream of Jason Momoa, just like the rest of us.
  • With their high-pitched, rapid chirping noises, they can communicate with other dolphins . . . and Yoko Ono.
  • They have such long memories that they still haven’t forgiven George Lucas for the “Star Wars” prequels.
  • Their favorite book?  “The PORPOISE Driven Life”!
  • They communicate through whistles and clicks.  Just like Bjork!
  • Dolphins have belly buttons.  And the “fun” ones have theirs pierced
  • Dolphins once lived on land, which is also what they’re going to say about humans after the polar ice caps melt.
  • Dolphins love to admire themselves in the mirror.  Just like all the millennials in your office.
  • Dolphins have blowholes.  And more than half of Americans think that’s something they use to snort coke.
  • They often get booed.  Sorry, thinking about the MIAMI Dolphins.