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Humpback whale © Tim Stenton

Humpback whale video

Humpback whale © Tim Stenton

Humpback whale video

Inquisitive humpback whale investigates whale-watching vessel This humpback whale spent over 50 minutes with a whale watch boat out of Plymouth, Massachusetts in the USA. Humpback whales migrate to the Gulf of Maine each spring to feed during the long summer months before heading south to the Caribbean to mate and give birth. More videos…

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Risso's dolphin

Risso’s dolphins video

This footage of Risso’s dolphins was taken during WDC’s field work on Bardsey Island off the coast of North Wales. The waters around the island home to several species of dolphin as well as harbour porpoises. Risso’s dolphins are one of the largest members of the dolphin and are found in several locations around the…

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False killer whale video

False killer whales video

Beautiful underwater video of false killer whales off the island of Pico in the Azores. Listen to their sounds as they communicate with each other. False killer whales are members of the dolphin family. They make a wide variety of whistles, clicks and other noises as they move through the water. Footage © Nova Atlantis…

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Three Atlantic spotted dolphins

Atlantic spotted dolphins video

Video of beautiful Atlantic spotted dolphins off the island of Pico in the Azores. Sociable Atlantic spotted dolphins are fast swimmers; they often breach and are acrobatic at the surface. They are known to approach boats from a distance to bowride. Find out more about spotted dolphins. Footage © Nova Atlantis More videos Rough-toothed dolphins…

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Rough-toothed dolphins

Rough-toothed dolphins video

Truly magical footage of Bonaire rough-toothed dolphins. Back in October 2019, a group of about 20 rough-toothed dolphins (Steno bredanensis) approached the boat of scuba divers. The encounter, in the crystal clear and intensely blue waters in northern Bonaire, lasted around 45 minutes. Rough-toothed dolphins are found in deeper tropical waters around the world, most…

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Amazon River dolphin (Boto)

Amazon river dolphin (pink dolphin) video

Amazon rivers dolphins are found throughout the major river systems of South America. The dolphin can vary in colour from grey to pink and are known locally as “botos”. Like the other river dolphin species that are found in Asia, Amazon river dolphins are under threat from human activities in the places where they live….

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