An eight-year-old girl has had a lucky escape after a dolphin she was feeding bit her at a US theme park.
Jillian Thomas was holding out fish to feed to dolphins at Orlando's SeaWorld when she got an unexpected surprise.
While she was feeding the usually friendly mammals, a dolphin lunged at her and nipped her hand.
The girl, whose parents posted the video on YouTube to make other people aware of the dangers, suffered three small puncture wounds.
Jillian's father, Jamie Thomas, told local media the family were angry at the theme park for not warning them of the dangers of dolphin feeding.
"We felt powerless," he said.
"We thought, look, we've got this video, let's make it public, and let's try to put some pressure on SeaWorld to make some changes."
A SeaWorld statement said: "Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our guests, employees and animals.
"Educators and animal care staff are always on-site at this area monitoring all interactions and are committed to guest safety."