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A pod of dolphins jumping out of the water.


     Dolphins are easily recognizable by their curved mouths, which give them a permanent smile. There are 36 dolphin species around the world. Most dolphins live in the ocean or brackish waters along coastlines. Dolphins feed mostly on fish and squid, which they track using echolocation. An echolocating bottlenose dolphin can make up to a thousand clicking noises per second. Geoffrey has had several experiences seeing them up close in person.

Wild Dolphin Fundraiser

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White Sands Spotted Dolphins

Original Oil by Geoffrey Smith
35" H x 26" W

Just Under The Surface Is Meridian And Her 3 Year Old Female Calf, Moorea. Meridian Was Pregnant Last Summer So We Hope 

To See A New Calf With Her During The Upcoming Field Season. 

In The Foreground Is Dolby, A New Female Calf We Met This Past Summer. Her Mom, Deni, Was First Observed By The Wild Dolphin Project Back In 1999. 

Through The Generosity Of Friends Such As You, We Are Able 

To Learn More About The Dolphins And The Environment In 

Which They Live. The More We Learn, The Better Equipped We Are To Help Protect Them "In Their World...On Their Terms."

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