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Delphinus Participates in International Animal Welfare Cetacean Study.

Environmental education | Dolphin Facts

Scientists in seven countries will collect data to increase understanding of health and welfare of cetaceans in professional care.

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Why maternal care in dolphins matters?

Dolphin Facts

Dolphins are famous for their social skills, agility, abilities and curiosity. When they are born, like babies, dolphin calves need the company and guidance of their mother to begin their development.

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Dolphins and their navigation superpowers

Dolphin Facts

Did you know that dolphins can 'see' you through sounds - just like some superheroes like Daredevil or Aquaman do? Yes, they use this ability both to find food and get to know their environment. It also works to defend themselves against predators.

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Dolphin rescue and reintroduction on Cancún: The story

Dolphin Facts

The morning of December 19th, 2016, a big stranding occurred and we had the chance to lead the re-introduction of three Steno bredanensis dolphins, also called “rough teeth dolphins”. According to press releases, there might’ve been up 20 animals during this group stranding.

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What did a hippopotamus tell a dolphin?... You cousin!

Environmental education | Dolphin Facts

The group of cetaceans is comprised of whales (Mysticeti), dolphins and porpoises (Odontocetes). There is a third subgroup that includes those species that gave rise to the existing cetaceans, extinct today, the Archaeoceti. Learn more about this family!

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What to do if you find a stranded dolphin

Environmental education | Dolphin Facts

Stranding is an event in which one or more marine mammals arrive to the coast line, whether dead or alive, showing an inability to return to deep waters in which they can move. Discover how to help them!

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