30 January 2017

Introducing....Seabeagle!

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We are pleased to announce that Atlantic spotted dolphin ID#106, a young female dolphin observed off the coast of Bimini, The Bahamas, has received her name! "Seabeagle" was first observed by DCP researchers in 2013 and is often seen with Inka (#93), Paul (#99) and other young spotted dolphins. Seabeagle was named by Siddharth Iodaya in 2016 to honor Dr. Kathleen M. Dudzinski, her work and DCP. Kathleen loves dolphins and beagles, so, this name is apt. Love to Dolphins and Beagles!

Now, you can be one of the first people to adopt Seabeagle! Click here to adopt Seabeagle today!

Interested in naming a dolphin? You're in luck! DCP ID#102 is in need of a name. Click here to learn all about her!

Kelly Melillo Sweeting

Kel is DCP's Bimini Research Manager, and all around awesome scientist.

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