Real man real kindness !
Kayaking instructor Naude Dreyer was driving along a beach on Tuesday morning when he spotted something moving on the sand.
As he got close to it, he realised it was a young Benguela dolphin. The animal had washed on Paaltjies Beach near the Namibian city of Walvis Bay.
“He was moving a bit and I immediately knew he was alive … and immediately stopped to help him out,” he told Fairfax Media.
“I was just doing what was the right thing to do. I couldn’t leave him there.”
As his passenger filmed him, Mr Dreyer picked up the dolphin, walked into the sea, and gently lowered it into the waves where it swam off to safety.
“I was really happy,” he said. “I really wasn’t sure at first it was going to happen or not.”
“You never know why these guys are on the beach; they’ve been quite active in the area quite lately and I think they were playing just too close to the waves and a bigger wave came and pushed him out [of the water].”
Later that day he posted the video on the Facebook page of his business, Pelican Point Kayaking, saying: “On our way back from tour this morning, we came across this juvenile male Benguela Dolphin, still alive on the beach.
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