We split the observation sessions today to give Kathleen a swim rest; that is, 2 shorter underwater swims versus the long one.

Two half hour observation periods

Today was your average tedious research day - lots of data collection of barely sociable dolphins and a few hours of analysis. We are getting more familiar with the dolphin ID marks and scars especially during our second beach encounter and swim (all before today's research sessions).

Since we were the only 6 guests, we were paired up per dolphin. We even learned some training signals and, just basically had a blast.

Till tomorrow,
Kathleen, Robin & Team #1

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