Students set sail ten miles into the Pacific on a whale-watching expedition. They caught a glimpse of the world’s largest sea creature and a rare sighting of a pod of offshore bottlenose dolphins. Students witnessed the effects of overfishing by observing hook scars on the dolphins.

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bottlenose dolphin sighting

the stern


popcorn on the boat

Scanning the horizon

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