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These British dolphins are a source of joy - and a cause for hope | Philip Hoare

Humans are doing great damage to the oceans and their inhabitants. So when conservation efforts bear fruit, it is a reminder that we can do good tooThe notion of a new tribe of dolphins being identified off the English coast is enough to make anyone's heart leap. For a long time we've known their Celtic cousins - the bottlenose dolphins of Cardigan Bay in Wales, or the same leaping species of Spey Bay near Inverness (where I'm convinced they've grown so huge - up to a whale-like 12 feet long - by sitting at the mouth of the salmon-rich river with their mouths open and just letting the fish swim in).I sometimes wonder if one of the reasons we are so drawn to dolphins is because we share a similar scale Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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