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Dolphins

Flying over Dolphins and Whales

Flying over Dolphins and Whales

With the help of a flying drone, Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari captured this incredible footage of thousands of common dolphins stampeding off of Dana Point, California. He also snooped on some humpback whales.

Classroom Aquatic

Classroom Aquatic
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You’re an exchange student taking a difficult test. Cheat by looking at your classmates’ answers. Also your classmates are dolphins. Classroom Aquatic will be released on Windows, OS X, Linux and for the Oculus Rift. Because immersion.

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Porpoise Bubbles

Porpoise Bubbles

From the looks of this clip, we’re guessing these black finless porpoises started to pass around an underwater bubble by being enticed with lots of delicious fish treats. Now they do it on porpoise. There, we said it.

Entertaining the Dolphins

Entertaining the Dolphins

We’re not quite sure what these dolphins think of the girl performing gymnastics in front of their aquarium tank, but one of them seems to be sufficiently amused to break off from its school and take in the free show.

Dolphin Stampede

Dolphin Stampede

Explorer Mike Horn and Photographer Chase Jarvis were off the coast of South Africa when a “super-pod” of about 2000 dolphins started to follow their boat, leaving a lasting impression in their wake.

The Blue

The Blue

Mark Peters built a custom “torpedo” housing for his GoPro Hero2 to take underwater video. He brought it with him when he and his friends went tuna fishing. His camera caught something else.

Dolphins and Bubble Rings

Dolphins and Bubble Rings

While whales might have a taste for mariachis, it appears that dolphins are most captivated under the spell of bubbles – especially when they look like underwater smoke rings.

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