Albufiera Zoomarine Captive bred bottle nose dolphins. Sea mammal Interaction between keeper and animals. Fun; Enjoyment; Entertainment; Educational; Conservation ; animal exploitation. Intelligent; cute; friendly; One got the impression that the dolphins were enjoying themselves Holiday family families audience
One of the smallest marine dolphins in the world, Hector's dolphins grow no more than 1.5 m in length. Only found in New Zealand's waters, this distinctive grey dolphin with black and white markings and a round dorsal fin is the most easily recognised species of dolphin in NZ.Hector's and Maui's dolphins are known to Māori by other names, including tutumairekurai Around 900 dolphins make their home around Banks Peninsula and they often come into Akaroa and Lyttelton Harbours.
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Dolphins trainer playing with a dolphin. L'Oceanografic, Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciencies, Valencia, Spain.