VIDEO: A Rare Treat For NYC, 2 Dolphins Spotted In The Bronx River

On January 19, the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation confirmed that dolphins were spotted in the Bronx River. 

Onlooker Nick Banco spotted the dolphins and captured the sighting on video earlier this week. Mr. Banco saw the dolphins swimming in the Bronx River by Starlight Park, according to the Bronx River Alliance. 

The video shows a pair of dolphins surfacing in the chilly water just south of the Bronx Zoo.

It’s true—dolphins were spotted in the Bronx River this week! This is great news—it shows that the decades-long effort to restore the river as a healthy habitat is working. We believe these dolphins naturally found

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