The Benoa are a native of the Andaman Sea, and their home is a remote beach called Aloonga Beach in West Bengal, India.
When they were young, Benoa were kept in the ocean’s depths and their mothers, mothers-in-law and sisters often kept them there.
Now, the ocean is their playground.
“The Benoa can be found at almost any point in the world,” said Anand Sharma, Benoah’s trainer.
“We have found them all over the world, from Australia to New Zealand.
They are very intelligent, and they are very playful.”
The Benoahs are very protective of their habitat and don’t swim anywhere near the water.
That makes it very difficult for people to spot them.
So, it’s up to you to make sure you are on the right spot when you’re out on the water, Sharma said.
Sharma also told CNN the Benoas have adapted well to being outdoors and in the shade.
He said the Benoa have developed an unusual way of using their fins to swim in the water and keep their bodies level.
“We find that when the water is clear, the Benoos will swim in their natural way and not turn around,” Sharma said, adding that the fins are also used to cover their eyes when in darkness.
“They are very adaptable, and we have found that they can live anywhere from 4 to 8 years in the wild,” Sharma added.
Shapiro says the Benaoas can be seen swimming through the waters of the Arabian Sea in the middle of the night.
“When we first saw them, it was really quite bizarre,” Sharma told CNN.
“When they first saw us they were only swimming and they would just stop, but then after a while they would start swimming and keep going.”
The Aloongsa Swimming Pool in Bangladesh is home to the Benooas.
They live in the desert.
The Benoans are seen in the pool during the day.
The Benoos are very active swimmers.
“They don’t have to stop swimming to go to the bathroom.
They just turn around and swim,” Sharma explained.”
There is one place where they are not swimming, but the pool is still used,” he said.
The pool is one of several Benoa swimming pools in the Andamans.
It’s not the only one.
The pool is also home to several other Benoa, and there are several more in the surrounding areas.
Sharmak is currently in the process of training the Benos in the use of their fins, which he says are very effective.
The young Benoa spend most of their time swimming in the sand and have no need for water.
Shrasham is very happy to see the Benoeas taking up the aquatic lifestyle.
“These are very good swimmers, and it’s very important for them to get a swimming pool, because otherwise they wouldn’t be able to go and have a swimming competition,” he told CNN’s Preeti Shah.
“This is the first time that we have seen them swimming in a pool, so it is good to see them do that.”CNN’s Priti Shah contributed to this report.
The Conservative Action Network is asking President-elect Donald Trump to cease paying for the “Swim Bait” pool at the president-elect’s private Mar-a-Lago club.
The group’s letter, sent Wednesday to Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump, said “the president-to-be should cancel all future payments for the pool at Mar-A-Lago, as the pool has become a source of controversy and embarrassment.”
The letter was written by the group’s executive director, David Frum, and was signed by former RNC Chair Steve Schmidt, former RNC National Committeeman Rob Stutzman and other former GOP officials.
“Mar-a‑Lago should not be used to pay for ‘swim pools,'” the letter said.
“The pool has been described as an inappropriate venue for private parties and events, and is a direct violation of the Hatch Act.”
It goes on to say that Trump should stop paying the “mar-a–Lago pool” for the first year and then stop paying again for the next two years.
The letter also calls on Trump to “immediately cease all use of the Mar-as-Lago pool and all payments to the pool operator.”
“We will continue to vigorously defend this right to use the pool and encourage the president to rescind the contracts he signed and the money he has spent to build this pool,” the letter reads.
Trump has declined to say whether he’ll be able to continue paying for a private pool at his private estate after his inauguration.