SEE IT: Pregnant woman plans to use dolphin as midwife BY David Boroff NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, September 1, 2015, 2:40 PM Her midwife will not even be a human being. A pregnant woman is planning to use a dolphin to assist in the birth of her child. The unusual plans of Dorina Rosin and her partner Maika Suneagle, who run a healing sanctuary together in Hawaii, are being featured on the British TV documentary "Katie Piper's Extraordinary Births." "I found the dolphin people a bit out-there but they seemed so happy and the woman was so relaxed," Piper told the Times in Britain. "I just thought everybody was wonderful and it was all a bit of an eye-opener." Rosin and Suneagle can be seen interacting with dolphins in a YouTube video posted on Aug. 15. In the video, Rosin is 38 weeks pregnant. Many experts believe that using dolphins in this manner is reckless and dangerous. "Because of their friendly disposition and common occurance in aquariums, we tend to think of dolphins as trustworthy, loving creatures," Christine Wilcox wrote in Discovery two years ago. "But let’s get real for a minute here. Dolphins don’t eat sunshine and fart roses. They’re wild animals, and they are known to do some pretty terrible things." Wilcox also wrote that "no matter how cute they might appear, dolphins are not cuddly companions; they are real, large, ocean predators with a track record for violence — even when it comes to humans."