Video: Wild Bottlenose Dolphins In Bermuda

April 25, 2014

A five minute film shot by local whale researcher Andrew Stevenson offers a unique look at wild bottlenose dolphins as they frolic and play in Bermuda’s waters. The video opens with shots of the dolphins swimming from above, with the reflection of the overhead clouds on the water’s surface making for an interesting overlay. Later, the scene shifts underwater as Mr. Stevenson records a pod of the animals swimming, playing, and breaching together.

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  1. Sickofantz says:

    So much nicer to watch than the captives in Dockyard.

  2. nuffin but the truth says:

    Free the Dockyard Dolphins!
    BOYCOTT the joint.

  3. Fruity says:

    Gosh they come that close to a boat, that’s amazing! It’s almost as if they know.
    Very cool!

  4. Good for you andrew…..good for you…thank you….now if we can just keep the slave masters at dolphin quest away from them….we’ll be good all round!

  5. One very important notation…indicative of ….representative…..by association etc…..we Bermuda are feathers on the bird…we are in fact associative to dolphin quest by allowing them to do this here….on the one hand you bespeak …”save the reefs….save the endemic fish….save the sargasso sea…”….but we don’t save the dolphin from indignity….or certain exploitation…..why the hell not?

  6. Please…I need to undrrstand why not!?