This morning consisted of an introduction to video analysis before we headed back on the boat. It was another great trip- we are officially spoiling the APU students! We saw dolphins for the first time at 18:25 and had them in view for the rest of the day. We again were able to film with both the MVA and the Top Dawg. Today we saw Tina (#14), Split Jaw (#22), Romeo (#10), Nemo (#76), Lil’ Jess (#35) and Leslie (#80), but the highlight of the day had to be seeing Billy (#64). Last year, we saw Billy with some pretty rough injuries to his peduncle. They were serious, and although not life threatening, we were very glad to see him and his healed peduncle this afternoon. Another trip tomorrow! Until then, Kel
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