Monkey Mia is a small village in Shark Bay in Western Australia. The main attraction, which is known beyond the borders of Monkey Mia and Western Australia, is the daily feeding of the wild dolphins by the rangers. The dolphins are fed so “little” here that they don’t lose their urge to hunt their own food.
If you ever want to have the pleasure of feeding a dolphin, you will need two things: Firstly, luck, of course, because the rangers randomly select those who have the pleasure of feeding dolphins.
However, you should create an important condition for being allowed to be in the immediate vicinity of the dolphins at all. You should not use sunscreen! If you have sunscreen on your legs, there will always be some in the water and sunscreen burns dolphins in the eyes. I also doubt that sunscreen really tastes good on fish.