Samira the dolphin shows signs of improvement after stranding

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Samira, the dolphin that was stranded on Okaloosa Island in early October, is showing signs of improvement.

On October 8th, Gulf World Marine Institute rescued Samira and has closely monitored her health and behavior since.

According to Gulf World officials, Samira is eating well and gaining weight. She is also becoming more playful and curious every day. Gulf World says they are continuing to monitor the dolphin's blood and behavior closely.

If you'd like to help Samira in the recovery process, you can head over to Gulf World's website, GWMI.info for more information. That link is attached to the article.