At Least It Will be in Good Fins
It's reassuring, I suppose, to know that once we war, oil and sextape ourselves out of existence that the world will be left to those that actually deserve it.
A bottlenose dolphin off the coast of New Zealand swam between two distressed whales that had repeatedly beached themselves, and their would be rescuers who were contemplating euthanizing the pair to end their prolonged suffering. The dolphin, named Moko by the swimmers with which it often plays, swam to the whales, gave a few squeaks and led the two through the channel between the sandbars and into the sea. Moko then returned and played with the awed locals.
Something tells me that the dolphins will do a much better job than we have.