The common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) frequents the oceans, bays and channels along the South Carolina Coast. They...

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South Carolina, USA

The common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) frequents the oceans, bays and channels along the South Carolina Coast. They are quite intelligent and can be seen working as a team to herd fish, thereby maximizing the density and their chances of feeding successfully. They take turns diving and eating, returning to the surface briefly to breath, while others then take their turn to dive and feed.

They are, of course, unaffected by a heavy rainfall for obvious reasons. Only the photographer struggled, trying to keep the equipment dry and the lens free of fog and water drops while making this image. The heavy rainfall completes this photo, lending to it a painterly, almost impressionistic affect, while muting out the colors and unimportant details. Photo © copyright by Dr. Edward Mikol.

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