Chatty Calf!

This afternoon’s presentation went very well- again we have a group of passengers that is very interesting in learning all they can about the dolphins they are swimming with.
We found dolphins today at 19:00 and it was a group of younger spotted dolphins, one of which had a large scar on its peduncle, most likely from a shark attack. We had not yet seen this dolphin. There was also a class 3 who we have not yet been able to identify. The calf in the group stayed for a bit, never stopping its vocalizations. It also seemed to be more curious about the children in the water and less so towards the adults. After a hurried swim, the little one swam off to the west with the rest of the group.
Two more trips this week!

Until then,