If you're a fish, and the dolphin is hungry, I imagine so! If you're a human being, swimming in the water with them, giving them the love and respect they deserve, I think not. That's been my personal experience.
Ever since the New York Times 'broke' a story questioning the friendliness of dolphins, many people have asked if swimming with dolphins is really safe. To me, it is very safe. It is more than safe, it's a blast!
I asked some of my friends who also lead dolphin trips. None of them had any experience of anyone ever been hurt by a dolphin. One did say she'd heard about a woman who was rammed in the chest by a dolphin. This woman went to the hospital to get an X ray, in case a rib had been cracked. It hadn't, but they did find a tumor growing in her chest right under where she's been hit. Go figure.
Another friend of mine told me a story about a whale research trip he was on. They were in the water swimming alongside a mother whale and her calf. One woman kept swimming between the two, right up to the baby. The mother whale gently pushed her away. My friend and several others warned the woman to back off, but she kept approaching the baby, wanting to stroke it. My friend reported the mother whale grabbed the woman and pulled her underwater to a depth of about 20 feet before releasing her. The woman came up coughing and spitting, got in the boat and stayed there. I guess she got the message!
It's important to remember these are free animals, and if a dolphin ever acted strangely or if I felt at all uncomfortable, I'd swim away. But the dolphins I've met actively seek our company, and when they tire of it, they simply give a few flicks of their tail and disappear. It is a big ocean they live in!
I find that dolphins treat us with great love and respect. I'm continually inspired by their tenderness and generosity, and envision the day when humanity as a whole treats them the same.
No a dolphin is not dangerous to humans.
I think that the most dangerous dolphin is the killer whale.
Dolphins are not considered dangerous.
No Dolphins in general are not dangerous to man.
some dolphins are in danger like the river dolphin but the bottle-nosed dolphin is luckily one that is not on the dangered list
We can't discipline dolphin's because they are dangerous.
NO Don't think because dolphins a nice
A danger to whom? A shark is more dangerous to man, but between sharks and dolphins, they generally tolerate each other...with the possible exception of the Great White. Orcas, members of the dolphin family, can be particularly aggressive towards sharks.
Porpoise is a name (in French) for a bottle-nosed Dolphin, so the answer is, No.
no a dolphin is about 150lbs but depends if you have a baby dolphin or a adolt dolphin and there is your dolphin anser bey
A dolphin can hurt a shark it just depends on the shark its attacking. Dolphins are pretty smart when choosing who to pick on. They have been known to gang up on certain species of sharks, but generally only those that are not dangerous to them. Dolphins tend to leave the more dangerous sharks (such as Tiger sharks) alone.