Dolphins Frolic On San Francisco's Ocean Beach (PHOTOS)

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David Cruz / Nature's Lantern

We interrupt your regularly-scheduled Internet procrastination to bring you a scene that will surely make you smile.

Local nature photographer David Cruz recently stopped by Ocean Beach and captured a pod of dolphins frolicking in the surf.

Dolphins frequently swim off the Pacific Coast, sometimes making their way all the way into the Bay. According to our friends at the Golden Gate Cetacean Research center, the intelligent creatures have often been spotten foraging for fish in Fort Point Cove.

Take a look at the glorious set of photos below. If only we could be so carefree on our surf boards!

Dolphins At Ocean Beach
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Filed by Carly Schwartz