How does the dolphin describe the artificial world in the poem?

How does the dolphin describe the artificial world in the poem?

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    The artificial world of the dolphins is neither homely nor friendly for them. They are trapped within the limits of a man-made pool and are denied of their freedom. The sun and the moon are replaced by a “colored ball” on which they learn to balance and perform tricks “till the man has disappeared.” The artificial pool do not feel like their home and they are unable to get accustomed to the rhythms of the water.

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