Concerned beachgoers try to save beached dolphin in Brazil

Stranded dolphin saved on Brazilian beach

A group of concerned beachgoers tried to help a stranded dolphin on Brazil's Itacoatiara Beach reach deeper water, as seen in this video.

The footage shows a crowd surround the distressed dolphin, before a small group brave the crashing waves and try to pull it back into deeper waters.

See also: Dolphin leaps from water and dives on surfer in Australia

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At the end of the clip, however, the dolphin appears to swim back towards the shoreline.

It's not clear whether the dolphin eventually made it to safety or not.

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