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In what can only be described as a youngster doing the 'puff, puff, pass', West Australian dolphins may be using blowfish - or 'blowies' - to get high, scientists have found.
Murdoch University researcher
Krista Nicholson, who monitors dolphins occupying the Peel-Harvey
coastal waters off Mandurah, said there were several records of them
interacting with blowfish in estuaries and coastal waters around the