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When international dolphin research started in Western Australia’s Shark Bay in 1982, female Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) Puck would never have believed she’d become a true film star – but she did. 407 more words
If two animals share the same environment, then at some point they are likely to meet. In the wild these meetings are often between predator and prey; however, nature isn’t always so cruel. 252 more words
In early 1955 three bottlenose dolphins made their way through the waves at the entrance of Hokianga Harbor and into Omapere Bay. Situated on the west coast of the Northland district of the North Island, this bay opens out into the Tasman Sea. 1,098 more words