Whether you're salty or not, this is a pretty interesting read by Doug Olander at our sister publictaion, Sport Fishing. The long and short of it is a 5-pound dolphin placed in capativity by the guys at the Dolphin Research Program last December has grown—in less than a year—to weigh more 50 pounds. If you know anything about this species, you might know they have one of the fastest growth rates of any saltwater fish. What we didn't know until this study was just how fast they can really put on the pounds. Now granted, this fish was in captivity, so per the article, this kind of growth might not be 100% realistic in the wild. However, it suggests these fish have the potential to reach 75 pounds in just one year of life.