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People at each location stated their belief that pink river dolphins can transform themselves into elegantly dressed white men that don hats to cover their spiracles. They become excellent dancers and enamor young ladies at parties they crash. With cunning and a beautiful body, each ―man‖ entices an infatuated young lady to the river and then transports the innocent female to the ―dolphin city‖ under the water. The young lady is later returned to her village and nine months later, a baby is born.
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