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21.2.2014 – HUNDERTDREISSIG

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Tursiops truncatus

Der heutige Tag mit mehr Sonne, aber auch Welle, wie die Fotos beweisen. Am Morgen aktive Tümmler und viele junge Fleckendelfine. Am Nachmittag ein Wettrennen mit den Gelbschnabelsturmtauchern ( diese Grünschnäbel 😉 . Diese Seevögel, gerade erst weit aus dem Süden, bisweilen sogar aus Brasilien, heim zu uns nach Madeira gekommen, liessen sich kaum von uns einholen. Filipe, unser Skipper meinte sie wären 22 bis 25 Knoten schnell gewesen. Mehr ueber diese tollen Vögel im Steckbrief auf unserer Seite.

Today the sun came out but also the wave got bigger, as you can see in the pictures. In the morning we saw some active bottlenose dolphins and lots of juvenil spotted dolphins. In the afternoon we raced Cory's Shearwater. These birds come from far away, somethimes even from Brazil, and we barely could catch up with them. Filipe, our skipper, sayed they speed was about 22 to 25 knots. More about these fascinating birds on our webpage.

Hoje o sol apareceu e a vaga também aumentou, como se pode ver nas fotos. Na parte da manhã vimos roazes muito activos e muitos golfinhos pintados juvenis. Na parte da tarde fizemos corridas com as cagarras. Estás aves fazem caminhos de longas distâncias, as vezes até ao Brasil, e são muito rápidos. O Filipe, nosso skipper, disse que as cagarras neste dia chegaram aos 22/25 nós. Mais sobre este pássaros fascinantes no nosso site.


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Stenella frontalis

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Homo sapiens

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Tursiops truncatus

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Calonectris diomedia borealis

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