World's Luckiest Woman experiences a wakeboarding with the Dolphins

According to Defenders of Wildlife, dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals and are part of the family of toothed whales that includes orcas and pilot whales. They are highly social animals, often living in pods of up to a dozen individuals. Dolphins are well known for their agility and playful behavior, making them a favorite of wildlife watchers.

Dolphins swims near the woman and guided her through her trip.
Dolphins swims near the woman and guided her through her trip.


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In one such epic incident caught on camera, Wyatt Miller along with the Pro-Windsurf La Ventana crew were wakeboarding in the Sea of Cortez when these playful pod of dolphins started joining in the fun. According to these professional windsurfers, there was no wind on that day so they decided to create they own waves instead by wakeboarding. It was during then that the bikini-clad wakeboarder was joined by the pod of dolphins, jumping out of the water and surfing in the wake.

According to Miller, it "was definitely one of the TOP 3 afternoons of my LIFE." And we're glad that they caught it on camera! The video has garnered more than 16 million YouTube views as of posting.


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World's Luckiest Woman experiences a wakeboarding with the Dolphins World's Luckiest Woman experiences a wakeboarding with the Dolphins Reviewed by BubbleFeed on March 21, 2016 Rating: 5