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celine fashion PETA is gunning for SeaWorld's Dolphin Cove exhibit that allows visitors to touch and view the dolphins. The animal-rights group, People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, is calling for a federal probe of the park after a 9-year-old girl was bitten by a dolphin at SeaWorld of San Antonio, Texas on February 22, while she was trying to pet the mammal. "This incident and exhibit clearly endangered both the dolphin and the public," said PETA counsel Brittany Peet in the request to the US Department of Agriculture. She described the incident as an "apparent Animal Welfare Act violation" that requires "sufficient distance and/or barriers between animal and the general viewing public so as to assure the safety of animals and the public." "It's stressful enough for far-ranging dolphins to be locked up in SeaWorld's tiny tanks, but forcing them to interact with visitors is downright dangerous," general counsel to PETA Jeff Kerr "SeaWorld's 'Dolphin Cove' is another example of how the park's main priority is profit, not the welfare of the animals or the safety of its guests," he added. For its part, SeaWorld San Antonio spokesman Brian Carter that they have not received any word from USDA on the incident. "We [SeaWorld] are fully investigating this incident and we regret the guest experienced this during her visit. SeaWorld provides thousands of safe interactions between our guests and animals each day, and incidents like this are few and far between," he said. After the incident the girl and her family stayed in the park and visited other attractions. So what do you think of this incident? Are dolphins safe to pet at SeaWorld and other such parks? After all, this kind of thing has happened before, as the video below shows. Or does PETA have a point? Make a splash in the comments.