This month we have some exciting information to share! We recently obtained some very interesting historical facts regarding one of the wild dolphins identified in our study as “Peanut.”
Wild Dolphin Updates Calves Play With “Toys” in the Wild Through monitoring efforts in Clearwater Bay, we often have the opportunity to observe dolphins displaying unique behaviors. Typically dolphin behaviors are based on how they are interacting with...Read More
Wild Dolphin Updates Our research team has continued to see a lot of dolphin activity in our area with many of the local animals spending time in Clearwater Bay. We are happy to report several of the 2018 calves have been seen in recent months and appear to be doing...Read More
Like a human fingerprint, no two dorsal fins are the same. Each dorsal fin has its own unique shape, height, thickness, markings and notches. In addition, a dolphin’s dorsal fin acquires various scars and markings during the dolphin’s lifetime.