It was another long day with dolphins only making an appearance at sunset. It was 2 adults, presumably female, and five calves. Since dolphins only have one (successful) calf at a time, it was likely that these females were “babysitting” the additional calves. The calves rode the bow for quite awhile, including a very young, small calf! It was great fun to watch, but unfortunately, the mothers did not stay on the bow long enough to identify. Tomorrow will be the weekly passenger presentation and another boat trip! Hoping for dolphins, Kel
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