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  • Dolphin1Dolphin1
    Managed to capture a few shots of the dolphins while in the Pelorus Sound, Marlborough. Not sure if this and the other photos are of Common Dolphins ...
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  • Dolphin3Dolphin3
    This is the second shot of the mother and baby dolphin. The mother is closest to the camera, completely underwater and the baby's fin is just disappea...
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  • Kaikoura Sperm WhaleKaikoura Sperm Whale
    This photo of a giant sperm whale was taken while out on a Whale Watch boat in Kaikoura. Kaikoura, on the east coast of the South Island, is the only ...
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  • Kaikoura Whale WatchingKaikoura Whale Watching
    Here you can see a sperm whale being watched by the people on a Whale Watch boat in Kaikoura. The sperm whale captures its prey by diving deep into th...
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  • Whale TailWhale Tail
    You can almost hear the all the cameras taking their photos as the sperm whale's tail appears out of the water. This photo was taken on a Whale Watch ...
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  • Whale Tail KaikouraWhale Tail Kaikoura
    The "money shot" of whale watching, when the tail appears out of the water. This photo was taken on a Whale Watch trip off the coast of Kaikoura, New ...
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  • Underwater with the Dusky DolphinsUnderwater with the Dusky Dolphins
    This photo of the Dusky Dolphin was taken underwater while on a swim with the dolphins trip run by Dolphin Encounter, Kaikoura.
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  • Swimming with DolphinsSwimming with Dolphins
    A dusky dolphin swims by just inches below me. This photo was taken on a recent trip out swimming with the dolphins. I'd highly recommend doing a swim...
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  • Surrounded by Dusky DolphinsSurrounded by Dusky Dolphins
    Dolphins to the left of me, dolphins to the right...check out my other photos of swimming with the dolphins.
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  • Watching Dusky DolphinsWatching Dusky Dolphins
    The dusky dolphins around the Kaikoura coast swim in "super pods". That means there can be over 200 dolphins in one group!!
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