46 days ago,
Ace Ventura is a search engine for lost animals. His most recent case is the Dolphin Snowflake, a Miami dolphin mascot, a US football team. The dolphins have stolen unknown men, and the team is very uncertain with its mascot, which is not the best state of play before the Miami Cup approaching. Melissa Robbins, director of marketing, is shocked by Ventura's cue-like behavior, but she does. Initially, it seems that the trail leads to wealthy Ronald Camp, who recently bought dolphin transport equipment and is known for his interest in American football. But this track will soon be odd. The case gets a much more serious dimension when a Dolphin Coach is found dead. Ace, in a brilliant way, detects both Aguada and Einhorn, that it was not suicide, but murder. She also finds a photo of former FIFA's Dolphin player, who was thrown off after defeating his team's defeat. Ace, however, finds out that another player, the current star of the Dan Marino team, may have lost the team, and that Finkle, who ended up in a fool, fled him years ago. Ace is rushing behind Marin, but he is kidnapped at the time. Ace discovers another trace that leads directly to the shocking revelation of the perpetrator of both kidnappings. Ace already knows who is in this strange game, but still has a really difficult task ahead of him, he must save and free not only the dolphin, but also Marin and, in time, deliver them to the stadium where the championship is the decisive encounter.