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24.7.2014 – HEUTE NUR 2 FAHRTEN

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Homo sapiens

und trotzdem 4 verschiedene Arten von Meeressäugern gesichtet: einen Pottwalbullen, Fleckendelfine und einen Brydewal am Morgen auf der Stenella und mittags auf der Ribeira Brava Fleckendelfine, Blainville Schnabelwale und Brydewale.

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Physeter macrocephalus

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Homo sapiens

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Stenella frontalis

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Balaenoptera edeni

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Homo sapiens

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Caretta caretta

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Homo sapiens / Stenella frontalis

2 Comments
  1. Karen Pelling
    July 25, 2014

    Would it be possible to have the type of whale/dolphin in English too? Thank you

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    • lobosonda
      July 25, 2014

      Hi Karen, I promise to put the english text as soon as possible. Days are too short at this time of the year and german comes more easy, but now my daughter is back and we will manage the english versions from the last 2 weeks. For now, the 4 spices yesterday were SPERM WHALE, BRYDE’S WHALES, BLAINVILLE BEAKED WHALES and ATLANTIC SPOTTED DOLPHINS. Come along with us these days, this year is really excellent till now and it promises to keep like this. Lots of regards Claudia

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