PUNTA GORDA — When people think of dolphins, most remember “Flipper,” a 1960s television series in which an “aquatic Lassie,” as NBC dubbed the beast, was the constant companion of a ranger and his two sons at a fictional marine reserve in Florida.
But there is much more to these intelligent, seagoing mammals. Earlier this week, Kim Bassos-Hull, a senior biologist for the dolphin research program at Mote Marine Laboratory, and Josh Olive, a seasoned angler and publisher of the Sun’s own WaterLine Weekly Magazine, held an open forum in the Science Café series of lectures, “Go Fish! A discussion about how dolphins and humans hunt for fish” at the Laishley Crab House.
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