Fungie the dolphin, who lives in the waters of Dingle, Co Kerry, has officially been added to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Fungie the Dolphin has become an Irish world-record breaker
A Dingle tourist favorite, the playful bottlenose dolphin has broken a historic record as the longest living solitary dolphin in world history
Enjoy these videos and images of watching Ireland's most famous dolphin Fungie on National Dolphin Day 2018.
Tourists' favorite Dingle bottlenose dolphin got two serious looking gashes on his lovely face during Storm Ophelia.
The world’s most famous dolphins delighted seaweed farmers by jumping from the water just two-feet from their boat.
Williams is a proud animal-rights activist and is believed to be currently working on a dolphin-related documentary.
Watch Fungie take delight in the glorious Irish summer sun.
Clet has arrived from West Cork but Fungie still rules.
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