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ALPHARETTA, GA (CBS46) -

An 8-year-old Alpharetta girl was bitten by a dolphin at SeaWorld Orlando last month during the Thanksgiving holiday.

The incident happened at the Dolphin Cove feeding attraction. 

The child's mother tells CBS Atlanta News that she wants their story to be heard so other children don't get hurt. 

She said her daughter's injuries have healed.  They did not hear from a manager while at the park, and have not gotten a response since.

The family posted video footage of the incident on YouTube.

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