Why Whales and Dolphins stay close or far from shore? | WHALEZONE.TV S01 E03

By 19/10/2018WHALEZONE.TV

Hi everyone, welcome to a new episode of WHALEZONE.TV, which is now available on our blog! 

In this episode, Milou talks about the many reasons why whales and dolphins choose to stay either closer or further from shore.

Thanks to our friend Timo Krebs for asking this question! Who is next?

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About Milou

Milou is Marine Biologist, and was Marine Wildlife Guide at TERRA AZUL from 2010 to 2019. She is from Holland, and is passionate about being out in the ocean with wildlife, informing visitors, and collecting field imagery and data for local Cetaceans and Sea Turtles Research & Conservation projects.