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19.5.2014 – "ABGEHAKT"

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Physeter macrocephalus

Morgens fuhren beide Boote raus, die Stenella sah Streifendelfine und Fleckendelfine und die Ribeira Brava sah Streifendelfine, diese lassen sich nicht gut fotografieren. Am Nachmittag mit Geburtstagskind an Bord der Ribeira Brava sahen wir dann geniale, sozialisierende Pottwale und später noch Pilotwale. Delfine blieben unidentifiziert, da wir sie nur von weitem springen sahen während wir mit den Pottwalen “beschäftigt”waren.

In the morning our two boats went out, Stenella saw spotted and striped dolphins and with Ribeira Brava we saw striped dolphins, this kind of dolphin is very hard do photograph. In the afternoon the Sperm whales came to wish a guest Happy Birthday, they where socializing and we had a wonderfull sighting. Later we also saw pilot whales. The dolphins we saw remain unidentified because we only saw them from far, while we where busy with the sperm whales.

De manhã ambos os bravos saíram, o Stenella viu golfinhos pintados e riscados é o Ribeira Brava viu os riscados, está espécie é muito difícil de fotografar. Na viagem da tarde foram os Cachalotes que vieram desejar um feliz aniversário a uma cliente que estava a bordo. Mais tRde vimos ainda baleias piloto. Os golfinhos que vimos ao longe durante o avistamento dos Cachalotes ficaram por identificar.

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Globicephala macrorhynchus

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Physeter macrocephalus

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Stenella coeruleoalba

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Stenella

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DSC_5264Physeter macrocephalus

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Caretta caretta

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Homo sapiens / Globicephala macrorhynchus

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Homo sapiens / Physeter macrocephalus

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