Bottlenose dolphin

Tursiops truncatus, commonly known as the common bottlenose dolphin or the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (and in older literature simply as the bottlenose dolphin, a term now applied to the genus), is the most well-known species from the family Delphinidae.

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  • Your Ultimate Guide To Negros Oriental - Dumaguete City Dolphin Watching And SandBar

    Your Ultimate Guide To Negros Oriental - Dumaguete City Dolphin Watching And SandBar

    Dumaguete isnt hard to love. Its exactly the kind of city in the Philippines that Id love to stay in, because it has the qualities that Im looking for: laid back, less traffic, chill nightlife, wide array of restaurants and bars. Nature is just around the corner, waiting to amaze you. The best part: everything seems to come cheap.

  • Search For Rarest Species Of Whales Dolphins Begins In PHs Bais

    Search For Rarest Species Of Whales Dolphins Begins In PHs Bais

    Like a sports team before a big game, we clasp our hands and bow our heads in prayer except were in the middle of the sea and were surrounded by sweaty boatmen.

    Captain Ricardo Reynaldo finishes his prayer and gestures to the water, strangely calm this morning.

    "The Tanon Strait is famous for its dolphins and whales. Each has its own personality: bottlenose dolphins stay near the shallows, while acrobatic spinner dolphins ply open waters. Larger Rissos dolphins like to float upside down, tails sticking out of the water but the rarest creature of all is the pygmy sperm whale. It is very ...

  • Bais And Manjuyod Negros Oriental

    The city of Bais in Negros Oriental has been serving as the base for boatloads of tourists on dolphin and whale-watching tours at the Tañon Strait, the body of water separating Negros Oriental from southern Cebu. Occasionally, a few species of whales, and even whale sharks may be spotted here but the vast majority of sighting are that of spinner dolphins, so named because they spin as they leap out of the water.

    (Source) http://shoestringtravelers.com/?q=node/109

  • 5 Theme Parks To Visit In Subic Bay Freeport Zone

    5 Theme Parks To Visit In Subic Bay Freeport Zone

    Holiday is fast approaching and the best way spend the latter is to bond and create memories with your family and friends. That is the reason why Travel Eat Pinas, TrEaPh, made a list of Theme Parks that you and your family and friends can visit in Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

    Subic Bay Freeport Zone, also known as Subic Bay, is located southwest of Luzon and surrounded by Hermosa and Morong in Bataan, and, Subic and Olongapo in Zambales.

    To take advantage of your trip to Subic Bay, stay on the latter for two to three days. There are many affordable hotels inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone that ...

  • Philippine Towns Special Cemetery For Whales And Dolphins

    Philippine Towns Special Cemetery For Whales And Dolphins

    Whales and dolphins in this central Philippine town have been assigned their own graveyard.

    Collectively called cetaceans, these sea mammals have been allotted a burial place at the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Regional Freshwater Fisheries Centre (RFFC) here.

    "We have, so far, a dozen cases of dead whales and dolphins found or stranded on the beaches of Bicol, so we thought of burying them properly, and that's how the Cetacean Cemetery came to be," Ms Nonie Enolva, a spokesperson for BFAR, said.

    She added that a dwarf sperm whale found in Ragay in April 2014 was t ...

  • The Indo Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin Tursiops Aduncus In Tanon Strait Central Philippines

    The Indo Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin Tursiops Aduncus In Tanon Strait Central Philippines

    Abstract

    Previous sightings of bottlenose dolphins in Tañon Strait, central Philippines, in the late 1980's to early 1990's were limited to the southern section of the strait, in waters <500 m deep, and the species was formerly identified as Tursiops truncatus. Photo-identification surveys (n = 117) conducted in 2014 and 2015 in Tañon Strait resulted in 50 encounters of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins Tursiops aduncus. No common bottlenose dolphin T. truncatus was seen. The Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin has only recently been confirmed to occur in coastal waters in the Phil ...