Two dolphins seen swimming in the flood waters caused by Hurricane Florence along the battered North Carolina coast
- Two dolphins seen swimming near the waterfront in Wilmington, North Carolina
- Video footage shows mammals frolicking in the sea in Hurricane Florence
- The high water caused by the storm allowed the dolphins to approach the shore of the ravine
Chris Dyer for Mailonline
Dolphins have been seen swimming near the coast in the high waters caused by Hurricane Florence.
The video shots taken during the tropical storm show what appear to be two dolphins swimming in the water of the storm tide.
The aquatic mammals are seen swimming against the current of the storm surge that hits the coast near Wilmington, North Carolina, yesterday.
The pair of dolphins swam near the battered coastline as the waves of the storm and strong winds roared around them.
Willy free: a fin of one of the dolphins looks out over the water while the pair swims in the flood water
Dolphins swam near the battered Wilmington coast as the storm lashed them
It is not known if the dolphins reached the shore to seek refuge from the storm or if they were dragged by strong winds.
Roads were flooded, trees flew and houses were destroyed, as some parts of North Carolina have already seen floodwaters of up to 10 feet.
When Florence broke ground for the first time, yesterday the 90 mph winds hit coastal areas, but as the storm system moved through the land, it went from being a hurricane to a tropical storm.
Flash floods are expected on the southeastern coast of the USA. UU When the storm Florence moves by land
Two fins were discovered in the high waters in Wilmington. A pier was thrown into the sea due to waves and strong winds
Wilmington was hit by strong winds and rising flood waters when a pier was crashed by a huge wave.
Mother Lesha Murphy-Johnson and her baby, Zac, were killed after being trapped inside their house in Wilmington when a tree fell on the roof around 9:30 am Friday.
Flash floods are expected on the southeast coast as the storm moves across the land.