Sleepy dolphins and Cory’s shearwater!

Good afternoon !

 

We are back to the land with a lot of memories from our tour this morning.

 

During all the morning we saw different pods of common dolphins and a lot of Cory’s Shearwater. In the group there is more and more in the pods. It is so nice to see babies, it is a healthy sign of the species.

  • On our way back to the marina, with the skipper we spot 2 fins, thinking it was a shark…but it was a pod of Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), sleeping. There were so quiet, it is so beautiful to see them so peaceful. We could hear their blows so well, it is an amazing feeling.

 

 

Common dolphin jumping with a pink belly.

Marylou

About Marylou

Marylou is a Marine Biologist and Master in Oceanography. She is one of our Marine Wildlife Guide at TERRA AZUL. She studied in Canada and Belgium, but is originally from France, and enjoys being out to sea everyday with whales & dolphins.

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