Category: dolphinawarenessmonth

It’s the last day of #DolphinAwarenessMonth! Why do you love dolphins Storytellers? Sound off in the comments below!⠀
#whaletales #dolphins #dolphinlove #dolphinsofinstagram #storytelling #savethedolphins #getonaboat #dolphinwatching 
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The T018’s and T019’s in Millar Channel. To read this story (and more!), follow the link in our bio.
Photo by @west.coast.soul
#2017 #whaletales #orca #killerwhale #explorebc #whales #whalewatching #storytelling #whalesareawesome #dolphinawarenessmonth
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Mysterious Killer Whales Come Inshore! To read this story (and more!), follow the link in our bio.
Photo by @TheMarineDetective
#whaletales #2011 #whales #orca #killerwhale #whalewatching #storytelling #getonaboat #explorebc #whalesareawesome #dolphinawarenessmonth
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As we mentioned in episode 12 of the #whaletalespodcast we have a poll going on our #patreon for the Miss Congeniality of Dolphin species! There were a few species we did not award medals to our Dolphin Olympics and now its time to vote for your fav! Join our patreon to let your voice be heard!⠀
#whaletales #dolphins #dolphinawarenessmonth #dolphinsareawesome #dolphinspecies #patreonpoll #podcast #whalepodcast #subscribe
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A common question that people like to ask about dolphins is, “Why do they jump?” The truth is that scientists don’t have just one answer. Likely dolphins leap and breach for a combination of reasons including social communication, increased speed when traveling, hunting strategies, surveying their environment, and to help remove parasites from their skin. That said, it could also be “just because they can!”⠀
#dolphinawarenessmonth #trivia #whaletales #dolphins #didyouknow #funfact #dolphinsareawesome #dolphinlove #cetaceans #dyk
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Orcas at Sunset. To read this story (and more!), follow the link in our bio.
Photo by @whale_watch_western_australia
#whaletales #whales #orca #killerwhale #dolphinawarenessmonth #whalewatching #storytelling #getonaboat #whalesareawesome
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A very helpful and on topic graphic to help you through this uncertain time. 🐳🐋🐬
(Killer Whales actually range from 5-8m in length but humour is important!)
#whaletales #killerwhale #SocialDistancing #dolphinawarenessmonth #orca #stayhome #staysafe
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New species alert! Just in time for #dolphinawarenessmonth we have stories featuring TWO new dolphin species! The Right Whale Dolphin and the White Beaked Dolphin! Check out all our Dolphin tales under the dolphin category on our left hand menu!
Photo: White-beaked dolphin from @thekarloneill courtesy of @lakitours
#whaletales #dolphins #dolphintales #storytelling #dolphinsareawesome #getonaboat #dolphinmonth
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In episode 12 of the #whaletalespodcast we judged the “most famous” dolphin species. Do you agree with our results? ⠀
Comment below to tell us who you think should win: Bottlenose Dolphins, Killer Whales or Spinner Dolphins!⠀
#whaletales #podcast #dolphinawarenessmonth #bottlenosedolphins #killerwhale #orca #spinnerdolphin #dolphins #dolphinsareawesome #votenow⠀
Photos by Nicole, Kathie and @gary_j27
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Bottlenose Dolphins in the Matanzas River! To read this story (and more!), follow the link in our bio.
Photo by @flukesandflorida
#2018 #whaletales #dolphinawarenessmonth #bottlenosedolphin #dolphins #dolphinsareawesome #getonaboat #dolphinwatching #storytelling
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