I’ve spent the last couple of days entering data sheets from the boat trips I’ve had & going over picture after picture after picture after picture…. And the only pictures I have are surface shots of bottlenose dolphins, but there are still so may! To think that in the summer we usually have underwater still photos too… I got photos of at least 4 “new” bottlenose dolphins, so we now have 19 individuals in our bottlenose photo-ID catalog. I was also able to reconfirm Tt15 (Tt = Tursiops truncatus, the latin name for the bottlenose dolphin) and still have more photos to go through. Until next time, Kel
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