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2010 Digital Calendar photo description
"Dolphin Delight"
Wild bottlenose dolphins have become habituated to humans in their environment. Dolphins swim right up to snorkelers with intense interest and looks of curiosity. They often present a faint smile and tend to investigate in their pod for company or security just the same as humans. These dolphins are gliding easily over the sandy ocean bottom in clear waters at a resting pace.
Inshore Bottlenose Dolphin  -�Tursiops truncates
Inshore Bottlenose Dolphins are small cetaceans that have a long, beaklike snout, a falcate (sickle-shaped) dorsal fin, and sharp teeth. They are Odontoceti (toothed whales) and have one blowhole. They live in small groups called pods and grow to be at most 3.7 m long, sometimes weighing more than 635 kg. Dolphins can dive down to more than 300 m and can jump up to 6 m out of the water.

Nikon D300,  10.2  megapixel resolution,  AF Nikor 10.5 mm fisheye D lens,

Housed in Sea & SEA D300 housing, 1/80 th sec @ f9,   ISO 200,  taken while

free diving at a depth of 10 m offshore in Southern Mozambique


Photograph by Andrew Woodburn