Another full day of interviews capped by two presentations to introduce DOLPHINS to the Japanese viewing audience

But, everyone understood me ...

People, no matter where they live, love dolphins. I get to see the wonder in everyone's eyes when we talk about how dolphins socialize, how they communicate. It is an honor to share my research and information about dolphins with folks. I had practiced my nihongo (Japanese) several times and was able to give my presentation with only a few stumbles over some words. And, then I watched the dubbed version of DOLPHINS. It was odd seeing myself on that giant screen the first time, and most times thereafter. However, it was a different, a flattering, experience to hear my voice in Japanese. Ironically, I just don't have the words to express my feelings. In a day, I leave for Mikura Island. In two days, i hope to be on the water looking for and maybe even recording dolphins. I'll keep you posted. Cheers Kathleen

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