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Bottlenose Dolphins Spotted Off Canada's Pacific Coast For The First Time

This was a bizarre sight because this kind of dolphin has never before been spotted in this northern area. They like the warmer waters farther south. About 200 were swimming in the group.
Bottlenose dolphins typically swim in warmer waters, such as this pair jumping in Honduras. Source: Mike Hill

A researcher was surveying seabirds off the coast of Vancouver Island when he spotted something unexpected: a huge group of common bottlenose dolphins — about 200 of them — breaching and swimming.

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