This is the first page of three Dolphin Strand Feedings. For additional details on this phenomenon click here: Bottlenose Dolphin.
The Dolphins here circled in a small group right along the shore. Between 50 to 25 feet out.
They circled closer, making small splashes and shallow dives.
After a few passes, with no notice that I could tell, one made a sudden splash and drive right up to the shore.
Dolphins always drive to shore on their right side, grab a fish, then roll back in.
The stranding attack happens in seconds and most…
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