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30.10.2013

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Homo sapiens / Delphinus phillipus

Auf der Morgentour der “Riberia Brava” gab es nur diesen Delfin, eine besonders kleine Art, von Phillip zu bewundern. Nachmittags zeigten sich dann wieder die Pottwale.: markante Fluken, lautes Blasen, Mutter und Kalb ganz dicht beieinander – immer wieder bewegende Momente. Einen besonderen Gruss an Susanne von Oceano aus La Gomera.

On our morning trip with “Ribeira Brava” the only dolphin we got to see was this one, a very special kind, from Philip. On the afternoon tour the sperm whales came out and showed themselfs: impressive flukes, loud blows, mother calf side by side. A special greeting to Susanne from Oceano in La Gomera.

Na nossa viagem da manhã a única espécie de golfinho que pudemos observar foi a do Philip, uma espécie muito especial. A tarde apareceram os cachalotes que nos deixaram mais uma mão cheia de impessões espetaculares: caudais impressionantes, sopros barulhentos, mãe e cria muito juntinhas. Um cumprimento especial para a Susanne da Oceano em La Gomera.

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Physeter macrocephalus

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Homo sapiens

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Physeter macrocephalus

2 Comments
  1. Meike Böhm
    November 1, 2013

    Eine Eule seht Ihr auch nicht alle Tage, oder? Vielen Dank für das Bild!

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    • lobosonda
      November 1, 2013

      😉 nein auch das war eine seltene Sichtung, Eulen so weit auf dem Meer… liebe Grüße vom Lobosonda Team und besonders von Fatima

      Reply

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