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If you see a dolphin around Fernando de Noronha you are pretty much guaranteed it will be a spinner dolphin. Small and sleek creatures, they are famous for their spinning, acrobatic aerial displays, sometimes achieving up to seven rotations in one performance. During the day these creatures frequent the shallow bays before moving into deeper waters around dusk to hunt.

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Details

  • Title: Playground
  • Creator: Christophe Bailhache
  • Date Created: 2014
  • Location: Canal da Sela Ginete Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
  • Location Created: Canal da Sela Ginete Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
  • Rights: © Underwater Earth/XL Catlin Seaview Survey/Christophe Bailhache. Image partners: AXA XL, Google, Panedia, Fourth Element
  • External Link: Underwater Earth 360: Spinner Dolphins

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