Dolphin bites little girl at SeaWorld

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A Georgia couple posted a video to YouTube of their 8-year-old daughter getting bitten by a dolphin at SeaWorld as a caution to other parents.

"We wanted to share this video so others can make an informed decision about whether or not the risks to yourself or your child are worth the experience," Jamie Thomas wrote in the caption to the video, in which the little girl is heard saying "Um, Mom, I'm out of fish," as she holds up one of the white paper cartons from which visitors to Dolphin Cove feed the marine mammals.

The child suffered only minor injuries when a dolphin lunged out of the pool at the Orlando theme park and clamped its jaw down on her hand, but it "really, really hurt" she said in an interview Monday on Good Morning America.

The attack occurred Nov. 21.

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