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New dolphin arrival

We are pleased to share some exciting dolphin news regarding the WDC adoption dolphins in the Moray Firth, Scotland.

It appears that Kesslet, one the WDC adoption dolphins, has had a calf and here is the first picture of the youngster!

Kesslet was born in 1994 and has also reared a calf, Charlie. 

Adopting a dolphin in Scotland with WDC helps protect them from oil and gas activity and industrial development, giving these amazing dolphins a safer future.

Find out how to adopt a dolphin with WDC here