Our Daily Trips

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19.3.2014 – ROAZ COM(E) PARGO

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Tursiops truncatus / Pagrus pagrus

Immer wieder gibt es Neues zu entdecken, auch für “guide und skipper”. Heute war es einer der Tümmler, der lange Zeit eine Meerbrasse (ja liebe Gäste an Bord, wir haben uns schlau gemacht und wissen nun auch den deutschen Namen;) im Schnabel hielt. In der relativ kleinen Schule waren ein paar markante Finnen für die Fotoidentifikation dabei. Diese Art wird nämlich an Hand ihrer Rückenflossen identifiziert.

There is allways something new happening in our guides and skippers day. Today, for the first time, we saw a bottlenose dolphin eating a red porgy. In this little group where a few eye catching fins for our fotoidentification file. These kind of dolphins can be recognized by their fin.

Até a nossa guia e o skipper ficaram surpreendidos com o roaz que hoje levava um pargo para a sua refeição, todos os dias aprendemos coisas novas. Neste pequeno grupo de roazes vimos algumas dorsais bem marcantes. Estes animais podem ser identificados pelas sua dorsais.

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Physalia physalis

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Tursiops truncatus

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Calonectris diomedia borealis

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Tursiops truncatus

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