4 January 2016

Just a few minutes after launching from the harbour we spotted the Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 4 2016

4 January 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

Just a few minutes after launching from the harbour we spotted the Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins. It was the same pod we saw a few days back. They were busy hunting for fish and also just playing around. One adult was lobtailing, and some others were bow riding with our vessel Dream Catcher. On our way towards Dyer Island and Geyser Rock we spotted a raft of eight African penguins. Arrived in Shark Alley we had a look at the Cape Fur seals.

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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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