Peggy (dining at right) is the first porpoise to be born alive in
captivity. Her 350-lb. mother, Pudgy, gave birth last week in a tank at
the Marineland, Fla. Marine Studios. In less than half a minute Pudgy
had pushed her calf, an air-breathing mammal, up to the surface to draw
her first breath. In an hour and a half Peggy, with all a mammal's
proper instincts, was having her first meal.
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