200 dolphins spotted from B.C. ferry

The B.C. ferry from Comox to Horseshoe Bay is a regular routine for many, but passengers had never seen anything like this. About 40 minutes into the trip, the captain came on the PA system to say a large pod of dolphins was swimming in front of the vessel. “I couldn’t believe it,” said passenger Henry Irizawa. “Two hundred dolphins just having so much fun, jumping, racing.”

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