The dog's owner Brett said it wasn't the first time the pooch had enjoyed playing with dolphins in the shallows at the beach.In the footage, the owner can be heard calling 'where is he?Video of the duo splashing about and chasing each other in the water was captured by the dog's owner on Sunday morning and after being shared online by Nine News, it went viral in no time.
The carcass was seen in Parchment Square student accommodation in the western suburbs of Cork city and photos appeared on Snapchat before being shared more widely on social media.
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The body of the dolphin, which is believed to have died before it was brought to Parchment Square, was discovered in the grass outside an apartment by an employee at the complex, after it was thrown from the window.
It is unknown how the animal died before it appeared in Cork city or how it came into the possession of the party-goers.
A hungry Gilligan had attempted to swallow the 2.1 kg Maori octopus whole.