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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay are the smallest bottlenose dolphins in the world False
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  • Bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay are the largest bottlenose dolphins in the world
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  • When one pilot whale gets stranded all the others follow True
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  • False Bottlenose dolphins live in groups of up to 50 individuals
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  • Bottlenose dolphins will form ‘super pods’ that are made up of 200-300 individuals
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  • Humpback whales sing to each other to attract a mate True
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  • Risso’s dolphins get whiter as they age True
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  • False 15 species of cetaceans have been seen in British and Irish waters
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  • 28 species of cetaceans have been seen in British and Irish waters
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  • Some whales and dolphins blow bubbles in order to catch their prey True
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  • Pilot whales can travel up to 9m per second when diving True
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  • Male orca’s dorsal fin is only 40 cm tall False
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  • Male orca’s dorsal fin can reach up to 1.8m
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  • Captive whales and dolphins live longer than those in the wild False
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  • Bottlenose dolphins in the wild live approximately 40 years, in captivity they live only 2-3 years!
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  • Sperm whales are the deepest diving mammal on the planet, descending to 2000m below sea level True
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  • Dolphins have been observed using tools True
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  • Bottlenose dolphins, in Shark Bay, Western Australia use wild sponges to protect their beaks
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  • Which species can you see around UK?
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  • 15 SPECIES ARE REGULAR IN UK WATERS Harbour Porpoise, Common Dolphin, White-beaked Dolphin, Atlantic White-sided Dolphin, Striped Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Risso’s Dolphin, Long-finned Pilot Whale, Killer Whale, Northern Bottlenose Whale, Sperm Whale, Minke Whale, Fin Whale, Sei Whale & Humpback Whale 11 SPECIES ARE RARE IN UK WATERS Rough-toothed Dolphin, Spinner Dolphin, Atlantic Spotted Dolphin, Short-finned Pilot Whale, Beluga, Cuvier’s Beaked Whale, Sowerby’s Beaked Whale, True’s Beaked Whale, Blainville’s Beaked Whale, Bowhead Whale & Blue Whale 9 SPECIES ARE VAGRANT IN UK WATERS Fraser’s Dolphin, Melon-headed Whale, False Killer Whale, Narwhal, Gervais’ Beaked Whale, Gray’s Beaked Whale, Pygmy Sperm Whale, Dwarf Sperm Whale & Northern Right Whale KNOW YOUR LOCALS!!!
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  • HARBOUR PORPOISE
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  • BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN
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  • COMMON DOLPHIN
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  • RISSO’S DOLPHIN
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  • MINKE WHALE
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  • Species ID quiz! Decide what species is in each picture. Some of them may be a different species!
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  • Minke whale
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  • Beluga whale
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Harbour porpoise
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  • Common dolphin
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  • Minke whale
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  • Risso’s dolphin
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Striped dolphin
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Orca (Killer whale)
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  • White beaked dolphin
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  • Harbour porpoise
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  • Humpback whale Right whale Sperm whale
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  • Bottlenose dolphin Atlantic grey seal Harbour porpoise Cardigan Bay
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Harbour porpoise
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  • Cardigan Bay – hp killings May 2009
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  • The Atlantic grey seal
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  • common dolphins Risso’s dolphins minke whales Other species around Wales
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  • So what’s the harm in plastic?
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  • Sea Watch Foundation
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    • Slide 1
  • Slide 2
  • Bottlenose dolphin
  • Slide 3
  • Bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay are the smallest bottlenose dolphins in the world False
  • Slide 4
  • Bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay are the largest bottlenose dolphins in the world
  • Slide 5
  • When one pilot whale gets stranded all the others follow True
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  • False Bottlenose dolphins live in groups of up to 50 individuals
  • Slide 7
  • Bottlenose dolphins will form ‘super pods’ that are made up of 200-300 individuals
  • Slide 8
  • Humpback whales sing to each other to attract a mate True
  • Slide 9
  • Risso’s dolphins get whiter as they age True
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  • False 15 species of cetaceans have been seen in British and Irish waters
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  • 28 species of cetaceans have been seen in British and Irish waters
  • Slide 12
  • Some whales and dolphins blow bubbles in order to catch their prey True
  • Slide 13
  • Pilot whales can travel up to 9m per second when diving True
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  • Male orca’s dorsal fin is only 40 cm tall False
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  • Male orca’s dorsal fin can reach up to 1.8m
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  • Captive whales and dolphins live longer than those in the wild False
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  • Bottlenose dolphins in the wild live approximately 40 years, in captivity they live only 2-3 years!
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  • Sperm whales are the deepest diving mammal on the planet, descending to 2000m below sea level True
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  • Dolphins have been observed using tools True
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  • Bottlenose dolphins, in Shark Bay, Western Australia use wild sponges to protect their beaks
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  • Which species can you see around UK?
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  • 15 SPECIES ARE REGULAR IN UK WATERS Harbour Porpoise, Common Dolphin, White-beaked Dolphin, Atlantic White-sided Dolphin, Striped Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Risso’s Dolphin, Long-finned Pilot Whale, Killer Whale, Northern Bottlenose Whale, Sperm Whale, Minke Whale, Fin Whale, Sei Whale & Humpback Whale 11 SPECIES ARE RARE IN UK WATERS Rough-toothed Dolphin, Spinner Dolphin, Atlantic Spotted Dolphin, Short-finned Pilot Whale, Beluga, Cuvier’s Beaked Whale, Sowerby’s Beaked Whale, True’s Beaked Whale, Blainville’s Beaked Whale, Bowhead Whale & Blue Whale 9 SPECIES ARE VAGRANT IN UK WATERS Fraser’s Dolphin, Melon-headed Whale, False Killer Whale, Narwhal, Gervais’ Beaked Whale, Gray’s Beaked Whale, Pygmy Sperm Whale, Dwarf Sperm Whale & Northern Right Whale KNOW YOUR LOCALS!!!
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  • HARBOUR PORPOISE
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  • BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN
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  • COMMON DOLPHIN
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  • RISSO’S DOLPHIN
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  • MINKE WHALE
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  • Species ID quiz! Decide what species is in each picture. Some of them may be a different species!
  • Slide 29
  • Minke whale
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  • Beluga whale
  • Slide 31
  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Harbour porpoise
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  • Common dolphin
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  • Minke whale
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  • Risso’s dolphin
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Striped dolphin
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Orca (Killer whale)
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  • White beaked dolphin
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  • Harbour porpoise
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  • Humpback whale Right whale Sperm whale
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  • Bottlenose dolphin Atlantic grey seal Harbour porpoise Cardigan Bay
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  • Bottlenose dolphin
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  • Harbour porpoise
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  • Cardigan Bay – hp killings May 2009
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  • The Atlantic grey seal
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  • common dolphins Risso’s dolphins minke whales Other species around Wales
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  • So what’s the harm in plastic?
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  • Sea Watch Foundation
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