Today’s dolphin trip was very busy. It was a group of at least 30 dolphins, scattered & traveling. We saw Finn (#09), Romeo (#10), Tina (#14), Lumpy (#17), Split Jaw (#22), White Blotch (#29), Lil’ Jess (#35), Swoosh (#36), Cerra (#38), Billy (#64) and un-named #25, 84, 85 and 87. We even observed a group of calves & juveniles playing with what looked like a sea cucumber. We were in & out of the water several times because the group kept moving, but I was able to record about 30 minutes of video. There will likely be another trip tomorrow, so until then, Kel
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