Kangaroo Island / Victor Harbor Dolphin Watch shared The Big Duck Boat Tours's photo. ...

We are back on the high seas once again, just in time to catch the last of the #whales ! Book Now - we also now offer tours on Mondays.

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Happy weekend dolphin lovers!!! ...

Such majestic creatures! 🐬

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Kangaroo Island / Victor Harbor Dolphin Watch shared 7 News Sydney's Dolphin Frenzy. ...

A large school of fish tried to escape a dolphin feeding frenzy by taking cover beneath a cameraman who jumped in to watch it all unfold. Download the 7 News app: yhoo.it/2a8SxYV #Dolphins #7News

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Kangaroo Island / Victor Harbor Dolphin Watch shared Jody Bergsma's post. ...

"Life can be fragile at times. Let's look out for each other." #life #love #quote #dolphin #turtle

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Kangaroo Island / Victor Harbor Dolphin Watch shared Today Tonight's video. ...

WA is one of only a handful of places in the world where people can swim with humpback whales and one diver has captured a moment so rare, few have ever witnessed it.

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This is a beautiful picture taken by my dear talented friend Ada with whom I have recently shared the most amazing whale swim adventure in Tonga. Her ability to capture those precise moments that result in the most mesmerising images is extraordinary!!
Thank you for allowing me to share this with my Dolphin Watch family Ada! Xxx
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Dolphin silhouette. The bottlenose dolphins are about 2.5 m (8.2 ft), and 200 to 300 kilograms. This shot Ada took in the Red Sea in the Marsa Alam area in the Abu Dabab Bay.

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Kangaroo Island / Victor Harbor Dolphin Watch shared 7 News Adelaide's Whales. ...

A record number of whales have been putting on a show off the state's west coast. Details in 7 News at 4pm and 6pm. 7 News on Instagram: goo.gl/fuiwW3 #Whales #7News

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Kangaroo Island / Victor Harbor Dolphin Watch shared Save Smith Bay's post. ...

This is heartbreaking. One of the local endangered Southern Rights and its calf have left Smith Bay after encountering the drilling rig. KIPT declared in their EPBC submission these majestic creatures occurring in the "project area" was "remote".

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