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Satellite Could Fall On Costa Rican Dolphins

clock September 22, 2011 19:43 by author BlueEcoBlog
Dolphins say they are not worried.

Pretty big chunks of burning metal will likely fall from the sky within twenty four hours. Thinking is that the most likely place to be hit is the oceans! We have no idea what the odds are of the satellite hitting a dolphin. Maybe no one would ever even find out.

However, we do know the odds are pretty good that the tuna fleet will be killing multiple dolphins today, as they do most days.

To bad falling satallites are the least of Costa Rican dolphin problems.

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New dolphin translation from Costa Rica

clock September 13, 2011 12:51 by author BlueEcoBlog

New dolphin translation from Costa Rica.

The dolphins of Costa Rica have spoken again! The unequivocal translation is as follows:

"The best things in life cannot be found, seen, heard, or done on a screen. Go outside and play."

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La Nina Says Chill Out to Pacific Costa Rica

clock September 8, 2011 02:49 by author BlueEcoBlog

La Nina Says Chill Out to Pacific Costa Rica.

NOAA says its official what some have suspected; La Nina is visiting again, dropping average sea surface temperatures In Costa Rica. Pacific wet suits have already been back in heavy use for awhile and looks like you might wanna add an extra layer. And make sure your dive mask is clean because La Nina likes to bring heaps of fish and marine mammals with her.

In fact the waters around the Osa have been chock full of whales, pseudorcas, orcas, whale sharks, bait balls and more for almost two months. Looks like marine mammals Knew La Nina was here long before NOAA.  Pretty cool huh?

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World Record Dolphin Superpod Photo from Costa Rica?

clock September 8, 2011 02:03 by author BlueEcoBlog

 We think this may be the most dolphins to appear in a single photo. Do you know of one that beats it?

Please let us know. This spinner dolphin superpod is nine nautical miles south west from Cano Island Biological Reserve offshore of the Osa pensinsula. How many do you count?

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