A man claimed he had a sexual relationship with a dolphin named Dolly after she seduced him after hours at a water park in Florida.

Malcolm Brenner, now 70, had confessed to embarking on a six-month-long love affair with a bottle-nosed dolphin in the 1970's.

Brenner, who was a college student at the time of their relationship, was asked to take photographs for the attraction which is how the pair first met.

The full-time writer says he formed a friendship with the mammal after he was given free access to the pool – but claims their relationship progressed after the dolphin "came on" to him whilst they were swimming together.

"She announced her intentions to me by positioning herself so I was rubbing against her," he previously told the Mirror in 2014.

"At first I discouraged her, I wasn't interested. After some time I thought 'if this was a woman would I come up with these rationalisations and excuses'?

"It was when the park was closing that we successfully eluded the male dolphin so we could spend some time alone."

Brenner also admitted that he knew he has a "sexual attraction towards other species" before he made love with Dolly, reports Daily Mail.

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Appearing on the KIIS FM breakfast show with Kyle and Jackie O, he said: "I have had some experiences with the family dog when I was an adolescent.

"I tried to have intercourse with it and it wasn't successful so I dropped that."

The author wrote a book called Wet Goddess in 2011, which was thought to be based on his own sexual encounters with the dolphin.

Dolly was relocated to another amusement facility after her park closed down but was reported to have died nine months after meeting Brenner.

He believed that she committed suicide and claimed she voluntarily stopped breathing – which is a known act that dolphins can do when they are depressed.

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"I called it a relationship because that's what it was. When she died it made me feel terrible and I fell into a depression which lasted five years," he told the Mirror.

This wasn't the first time that a human has embarked on a sexual relationship with the mammal – it followed an earlier case which happened in the 1960s.

Researcher Margaret Howe Lovatt convinced a director of a NASA-funded dolphin project to allow her to work with their three dolphins.

The project, which focused on human communication with the mammal, saw Margaret become close to one dolphin in particular called Peter – who she described as "naughty".

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It was reported that she would give the dolphin sexual relief whenever he was too aroused to take part in her experiments, according to Hustler magazine.

"Peter knew I was right there, Peter was right there … again it was sexual on his part, it was not sexual on mine — sensuous perhaps," she said.

"It would just become part of what was going on, like an itch, just get rid of that, scratch it and we’ll be done and move on."

NASA later pulled the plug on the project which meant Margaret and Peter had no other reasons to see each other.

It was reported that Peter had drowned himself in what was believed to be suicide.

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But confessed zoophile Brenner said he wished that Margaret would have spoken about their relationship sooner and thought her reaction to enjoying her time with Peter was a "bit sad".

"It's only unusual in the sense that it doesn't happen very commonly – so people think it's wrong," he said.

"There's something quite transcendental about making love with a dolphin.

"The dolphin is very aware, the dolphin is an intelligent and creative creature and making love is a consummate act."

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