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Tourists spot dolphins on beach in Bulgaria's Byala resort

Dolphin neas Byala resort on Bulgaria's Black Sea coast
Photo: BNR, Radio Varna

Two large dolphins, which came out this morning only metres close to the shore, turned into an attraction for tourists on the central beach in the resort of Byala on the North Black Sea coast. The beachgoers gathered on the shore to watch the half-hour game of dolphins and take pictures, BNR correspondent Plamen Hristov reported.

"We haven't seen dolphins in years. Obviously the sea is very clean at the moment," said a local resident.

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