Quote:"In what can only described as a dolphin youngsters doing the 'puff, puff, pass', West Australian dolphins may be using blowfish - or 'blowies' - to get high, scientists have found."
"Blowies have a lethal toxin called tetrodotoxin, present in their skin, flesh and internal organs."
"If consumed, this toxin can be deadly to predators including humans."
"A BBC documentary, Dolphins - Spy in the Pod, filmed dolphins chewing on a blowie and "passing the puffer fish around", she said."
"According to the documentary, small doses of the toxin have a narcotic effect and it considered it recreational drug use by dolphins."
more @ http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/puff-p...u86nv.html
They are lucky they don't have legislators.
Un Strigoi printre noi