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Kelly Frith 13h
When you get greeted by this fella on a morning walk to the Jetty
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💧Margaret Mary lewis 1h
100,000 mammals die from swallowing each year.. next time a shop goes to give you a plastic bag say no thankyou..learn to live without plastic..think of a choking or a ..we never let plastic near babies and we must feel the same about our sea friends.🐋🐳
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Louisa Dedross 1h
🐬 flow cytometry dolphin🐬 In case you wondered if I actually did science or just stared at bubbles all day...
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The OffGrid Gardener 4h
finding a bottle-nosed 🐬 on the moor...we did!
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Anon4dolphins Jun 22
a just doing its thing. Not in a tank Not for food but because it loves life Dont fund captivity EVER
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Simon Best 15h
Short-beaked (Delphinis delphis) 12 naut miles off Galleyhead/Baltimore, Co. ☘️🇮🇪🐬⚓️ in perfect weather ☀️. Also, enigmatic Risso’s Dolphin (Grampus griseus) + pod of Habour Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) . And Ocean Sunfish (Mola mola).
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Mike Jenkins Jun 22
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Word Blanks 10h
Even if you're on the right track, you'll get over if you just sit there.
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Pictures of animals 3h
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Rep Adam Hattersley 5h
Thanks to for introducing us to Hope and Winter the dolphins! Keep up the great and inspirational work!
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Taylor Thompson Jun 21
Not every day you get to hang out and swim with a dolphin.
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Lara Cowden Jun 24
Just when I thought this game couldn't get any better!
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Negar Ghaemi Jun 23
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alex f Jun 23
I’m really on this app lol
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Teazel Jun 24
Most liked: Aug 24 2018 Picture by A L
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Nicola Jun 23
Good morning Sharing with you my latest creation, a commission dolphin design for a fellow overner. Inspired by the recent pod seen off Ventnor
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See Through Canoe 10h
Fish jumping over a dolphin to escape another :-) When you see a jump in FL it's almost always a . There are many theories why they jump. I think they jump so that when that moment comes that they NEED to do it, they will be good at it, and live.
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Mark Armen 22h
Shame on for their quest at . You know better. These animals are way more intelligent than to be used for our amusement (ring retrieval, talking, splashing, kissing, etc) - let alone their small captive living environment. Wrong side of history.
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Argyll Cruising 10h
Do you like to in company? We do too. Check out our friends who accompanied us from Barra to Harris 😍
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Charlie Phillips Images 🐬 12h
Sitting in our Studio doing my monthly updates for supporters listening to the wonderful album "The Seer" by - Here's a wee dolphin picture with Black Isle coastline for you Lauren... for when you are far away.
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