Transcript for Instant Index: Divers Save Dolphin; Orangutans Play With iPads
"i'm on a date with my lady tonight," lady gaga. Next, two remarkable encounters between humans and animals. Divers off the coast of the big island in hawaii, and you can see their lights there in the distance. Well, they heard a squeal and then this appeared. A bottle nosed dolphin, wrapped in fishing wire, struggling to swim because the wire was so tight. The dolphin nuzzles the diver as if to say, can you help? And he did. For eight minutes, hands shaking, he says, he cut the wire and freed the dolphin, who swam for air, briefly circling one last time in a kind of thank you, before vanishing into the ocean. And, we have proof that we are not the only ones addicted to gadgets. Watch this. The orangutans in the zoo in washington, loving their ipads, scrolling, drawing, painting. They watch fish in a virtual koi pond. They play piano on them, steel drums. The handlers say they picked up the touch screen technology quickly and we just wonder if some day they'll be skyping the other apes. And we really do like knowing what's out there, what you love, what you see, what you hear. So, be sure to tell me about it, tweet it to me, @dianesawyer. And, coming up, the shocking
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