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Old August 11th, 2016, 08:30 PM
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iPad Photography is NOT ok...even to dolphins!

Letís be real, an iPad has never been considered an acceptable camera. Not only do you look ridiculous while holding a tablet directly in front of your face, but youíre also blocking the view for everyone else trying to take pictures.



Clearly on the same page, this dolphin chose to remove an iPad from a tourists grasp rather than posing for a photo. Inexplicably, the woman is also holding an iPhone (likely with a better camera than her iPad), which shows the dolphin knew exactly which item to go for.

While some have commented that with a pink case the dolphin may have mistaken the iPad for food, dolphins are colourblind. Instead, it appears that the dolphin just hates iPad photography as much as the rest of us.



The footage, taken at SeaWorld in Orlando by Kuadiel Gomez, also serves as a cautionary tale for anyone who might try to get too close to a wild animal for the sake of a photo. Just earlier this year a man was drowned in a similar incident with a captive walrus as he tried to pose for a selfie.

I can only imagine trying to explain to an insurance company why your iPad has water damage. It would almost be unbelievable if the footage didnít exist. This is a harsh reminder of a point that all mammals seemingly agree on Ė iPad photography is not okay.

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