Today we finished the video pretty early on in the day, so we also went through the bottlenose photo identification catalog. Kelly had created this 22 dolphin catalog and Maria went through and looked at each picture to see if there seemed to be any repeated or incorrectly placed photographs. It was looking a little cloudy outside, suddenly the weather cleared up and we decided to go on an impromptu trip to East Wells on an inflatable boat. We saw an eagle ray jump out of the water as well as queen conch and queen helmet on the beach. It was a fun reward for a week of analyzing video. Until next time Kel & Maria
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