Inka (#93): is the female offspring of Juliette (#12). Inka was first seen with her mother in 2009 and was added to the DCP photo-ID catalog right away. Normally, calves are not in our catalog because they all look alike, not yet having developed their first spots. But, Inka’s distinctive right pectoral fin meant we would always tell her apart from the other youngsters! Unfortunately, Inka suffered an injury to her fin, possibly even before her first birthday. Thankfully, she recovered well and we have enjoyed watching her grow over the years. In 2011, Inka was seen independent from mom, Juliette, sometimes in the company of Addie (#84), Milo (#96) and other young dolphins. Of course, we look forward to many more years of observing Inka; perhaps next year she’ll have her first spots!

 Adoption kits cost $30 for the electronic version, and $35 for the hardcopy version. See the “What’s in your Adoption Kit?” below to learn more about what you’ll receive in each version of the dolphin adoption kit. Adoptions are valid for a full year.

To adopt Inka, enter the name you would like to appear on your personalized adoption certificate below and click on ‘add to cart’ to get started. Adoption kits cost $30 for the electronic version (no shipping required, allow 48 hours to receive your kit by email), and $35 for the hardcopy version. Hardcopy adoption kits include free U.S. shipping (allow 2-3 weeks to receive your kit); expedited US shipping and international shipping may be available for an additional fee.Our online payment system accepts all major credit cards. Please email DCP at info {at} dcpmail {dot} org if you would like to pay by check or money order.

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Inka was named in 2011 by Luke and Jo Creswell, for their daughter, Inka  Friend Inka on Facebook (she has her very own page) and get the latest sighting updates. DCP researchers will keep you up to date on Inka’s antics, and you can interact with other Inka fans and adoptive parents.