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New Dolphin Dreamtime Dub Music from Bigger Blue

clock June 11, 2012 18:41 by author BlueEcoBlog

Do you dolphin dreamtime? Do it.
Do wild dolphins play with people?
You tell me.
Double Dolphin Dreamtime Dub by shawn larkin and Bigger Blue
recorded at La Milpa Grande, El Guaco,
Dolphins need pelagic parks around the world.
you should help them.
Osa blue water pelagic, Costa Rica.

http://youtu.be/9Rg9nvA3_30

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Will the Sea-lebraties help these Costa Rican whales and dolphins that Captain Paul Watson fights for? Free Paul Watson and free the Costa Rican spinner dolphin superpod of Osa with a pelagic park

clock May 20, 2012 19:21 by author BlueEcoBlog

What happens when you sing underwater to wild dolphins? They sing back. Listen to this wild spinner dolphin swim over and repeat the muscial call of Shawn Larkin as they swim together in the blue water pelagic of the open ocean of Osa, Costa Rica. This is true communication with dolphins. Wild dolphins do not speak English or Spanish or Russian, they speak music. This is close encounters of the third kind right here on earth, wild dolphin musical communication. Songwriting with dolphins.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8emfSE88ipI

These dolphins that write songs with humans are under attack from nets and lines. Unlike Paul Watson, Costa Ricans really have given our own dolphins the death sentence. While everyone should be outraged at the injustice of hunting sea mammals like Paul Watson for defending his own, do all the Sea-lebrites care about the dolphins and whales that the Captain fights for? Time to free Paul Watson and make a Pelagic Park, only then can Costa Rica begin to attone for our oceanic sins. Our dolphins need a pelagic park here in Costa Rica before it is too late.

Stay tuned for much more vibes from

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Spinner Dolphin Experience. Swimming and seabobbing with thousands of dolphins in Costa Rica

clock May 13, 2012 15:12 by author BlueEcoBlog

Spinner dolphin experience with Costa Cetacea in the offshore open ocean of Osa Costa Rican blue water pelagic.  The best spinner dolphin footage yet known.  The best footage of people on seabobs with dolphins.  The spinner dolphins are sea masters and we are their sea servents.  Pelagic Park Please for Osa divers and yachts and local fishers!  Also check out the billfish swimming with dolphins.  Click right here to see it.  Once again Costa Cetacea are the ocean leaders, we will follow.

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Costa Rica Has A Hot Spot For Dolphin Super Parties

clock January 31, 2011 13:38 by author BlueEcoBlog

Dolphin Superpod Party Animals Get It On In Costa Rica.

Far offshore of Drake Bay, Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Biological Reserve, in unprotected waters, dolphins gather by the thousands. Not just one or two species. Not just three or four. Or even five or six. Seven. Yes seven, 7, species of dolphins gather here in super pods that defy the imagination of those who have not seen it.

The dolphins are doing it to do it. A superpod seems to be a big party for courting and mating. Lots of dancing and athletic prowess. Plenty of witty conversation and feasting. Probably a lot of assessment of potential mates going on, cause a lot of mating happens when dolphins superpod. All this probably prevents genetic bottlenecks within isolated groups, otherwise how would they find new dolphins they are not related to? Seems like all big brained, long lived, slowly reproducing mammals seem to make superpods of one sort or another. Elephants, the Great Apes, the Great Seals, and Cetaceans.

And of course, humans. Did you ever read about ancient fertility and harvest festivals? These gatherings of isolated human groups were do doubt our version of super pods. That area near where you live where people are known to inbreed and produce genetic defects may be the lasting results of mono religions co opting the real reason for the festivals.

Anyway, again, in Osa Costa Rica we see seven species of dolphin superpods.

Say them out loud with me- Spinner Dolphin, Spotted Dolphin, Bottlenose Dolphin, Risso´s Dolphin, Rough Toothed Dolphin, Common Dolphin, and Pilot Whales. Pilot whales are big members of the dolphin family, Delphinidae, the oceanic dolphins.

And there are not many places in the world where you can see a superpod of even one kind of dolphin on any kind or regular basis. And most of the known ones to see just one species are kind of cold. Yes, Costa Rica is one of the best places in the world to find super pods of dolphins. Maybe the best in the world.

For now.

Sadly, we are killing the dolphins to catch tuna cheap.

The superpods are shrinking before our eyes.

Costa Rica's dolphins superpods have no protected place to gather.

Click on the dolphins below to find out more.

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