Spent numerous hours pouring over video and photo IDs, and had a bit of a round-table discussion with passengers as well. After staring at screens until we thought our eyes were going to fall out of our heads, we seem to have made a bit of a dent in processing data and ID animals. Needing a break from computers and cameras, we headed down to the Villas to talk with the folks on the Dolphinswim program (passengers on the boat for this week). The group was very interested in our work and had some interesting questions and concerns for the dolphins, especially those in other waters that might be in danger of being hunted. We tried to answer all their questions as best we could.

Trips resume on Tuesday morning and the week is pretty full right now. We're looking forward to getting back out on the water.

K and K

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