Mystery over the SEVEN-MILE long ‘super mega-pod’ of 100,000 dolphins spotted off the coast of San Diego. A group of over 100,000 dolphins spotted off the coast of San Diego caused a spectacle for nature watchers as they traveled together in an enormous pack. As you can state on these images, they were coming from all directions. Dolphins typically travel in groups of anywhere between 15 and 200 which are called pods. The trail of dolphins was about seven miles long and five miles wide. Experts are unable to understand the specific reason of this event. It seems that last year a very similar flock of thousands of dolphins were seen swimming together about this time last year. At the end of February in 2012, an unspecified group of dolphins was spotted swimming about 65 miles north of San Diego, implying that there may be an unacknowledged migratory pattern.
Hope they are not foretelling a huge earthquake!