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WATCH: 'Superpod' Of Dolphins Seen Racing Off California Coast

The video captures a remarkable scene: dozens and dozens dolphins, breaking through the surface and plunging down again, under skies the same gray as the water.
A "superpod" of dolphins was spotted swimming in California's Monterey Bay this week. Source: Screengrab by NPR

For a short week, it sure has been a long one. So here's something refreshing.

Over the last week, a group of has been racing along the Pacific coast in Monterey, Calif.

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