Dolphin At SeaWorld Orlando Snatches iPad A woman in Orlando, Florida, had her iPad out trying to take a picture. The dolphin leaped out of the water, grabbed the iPad and pulled it into the water. Another tourist caught it all on video.
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Dolphin At SeaWorld Orlando Snatches iPad

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Dolphin At SeaWorld Orlando Snatches iPad

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A woman in Orlando, Florida, had her iPad out trying to take a picture. The dolphin leaped out of the water, grabbed the iPad and pulled it into the water. Another tourist caught it all on video.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. If you ever tried to talk with someone who's got their face buried in a device and you just want to snatch it, you will relate to a dolphin at SeaWorld in Orlando. A woman had out her iPad trying to take a picture, and the dolphin leaped out of the water, snatched the iPad and pulled it into the pool, striking a blow for living in the moment instead of recording it. We know this happened because another tourist caught it all on video. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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