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image by thegloballead (@thegloballead) with caption : "#Repost @brianskerry with @get_repost
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@brianskerry with @get_repost ・・・ Photo by @brianskerry Saturday April 14th is ! This photograph shows a large pod of spinner dolphins socializing while swimming over a white sand bottom in the waters of Oahu, Hawaii. I was freediving to depths of 60-feet to make pictures of these animals. The water was warm and blue and being in the presence of these dolphins was hypnotic. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species and are almost always seen in larger groups. Dolphins have the second largest brain relative to body size in the animal kingdom, after humans, but their world is vastly different than our own. Dolphins see much of their world acoustically, using echolocation (sonar) to determine objects and distances. When they sleep, they keep half of their brain awake, because they are voluntary breathers and also must remain vigilant for predators. But what else are they doing with those big brains in the sea? In the time ahead, perhaps these answers will be revealed. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo with a Nikon D4 camera and 17-35mm lens. Photograph made under NMFS permit #17941 @nikonusa @hecsaquatic

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Brian Skerry

image by Brian Skerry (@brianskerry) with caption : "Photo by @BrianSkerry
Saturday April 14th is #NationalDolphinDay! This photograph shows a large pod of spinner dolphins " - 1756806517799927597
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Photo by @BrianSkerry Saturday April 14th is ! This photograph shows a large pod of spinner dolphins socializing while swimming over a white sand bottom in the waters of Oahu, Hawaii. I was freediving to depths of 60-feet to make pictures of these animals. The water was warm and blue and being in the presence of these dolphins was hypnotic. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of dolphin species and are almost always seen in larger groups. Dolphins have the second largest brain relative to body size in the animal kingdom, after humans, but their world is vastly different than our own. Dolphins see much of their world acoustically, using echolocation (sonar) to determine objects and distances. When they sleep, they keep half of their brain awake, because they are voluntary breathers and also must remain vigilant for predators. But what else are they doing with those big brains in the sea? In the time ahead, perhaps these answers will be revealed. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo with a Nikon D4 camera and 17-35mm lens. Photograph made under NMFS permit #17941 @nikonusa @hecsaquatic

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image by ✨GIRLStyleCity✨ (@girlstylecity) with caption : "#17941  #Preorder
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image by Marna Dee (@pnwgurl1963) with caption : "#Repost @natgeo
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A pod of spinner dolphin mothers and calves socialize in the shallow waters " - 1447727052954548274
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@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pod of spinner dolphin mothers and calves socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. Spinners are among the most social species of dolphins, often seen in larger groups. For several hours each morning they play together in locations close to shore, then rest. But even when sleeping, dolphins keep one half of their brain awake. As voluntary breathers, they must remain partially awake to breathe and to be alert to predators. Coverage from the May 2015 cover story about dolphin intelligence in @NatGeo. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. @thephotosociety

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OCEANIC GLOBAL

image by OCEANIC GLOBAL (@oceanic.global) with caption : ": Happy New Year! Saying goodbye to a year whose motto was 'expect the unexpected'. 2016 was a roller coaster year for t" - 1418204852618834052
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: Happy New Year! Saying goodbye to a year whose motto was 'expect the unexpected'. 2016 was a roller coaster year for the planet and we want to thank all the people that fought in preserving our home. Although some unfortunate events took place this year, there have been some huge environmental achievements to celebrate! That being said, it is time to keep the environmental momentum going and to keep educating people on the importance of protecting our ocean and our planet. Let's continue to collaborate and push for more marine protected areas, less single-use plastic items and finding ways to upcycle! Join Oceanic's mission in 2017 to inspire, empower and unite individuals to creative positive change for our ocean! 💙 @brianskerry ・・・ Photo by @BrianSkerry. Rainbow Dolphin: A Spinner Dolphin leaps from the sea as a passing squall leaves behind a rainbow in the morning sky off of Oahu, Hawaii. Spinner dolphins are among the most social of all dolphin species, typically seen in large pods. After feeding in deep water during the night, they socialize and rest during the morning in shallow bays near the coast. Coverage from a @NatGeo cover story in May 2015 about dolphin intelligence. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative

image by Stevi (@sol.search) with caption : "#Repost @natgeo with @repostapp
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@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. These dolphins forage in the deeper waters at night, then return to shallow bays in the morning where they play and then rest. Dolphins are among the most intelligent, most social creatures on the planet, with the ability to communicate with one another through a series of clicks. Spinner Dolphins, photographed above, are among the most social of all dolphin species. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. To see more underwater photography, follow me, @BrianSkerry. on Instagram.

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Sabrina Hogan

image by Sabrina Hogan (@sharonsrose13) with caption : "#Repost @natgeo
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A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, sociali" - 1357025069167390671
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@natgeo ・・・ Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. These dolphins forage in the deeper waters at night, then return to shallow bays in the morning where they play and then rest. Dolphins are among the most intelligent, most social creatures on the planet, with the ability to communicate with one another through a series of clicks. Spinner Dolphins, photographed above, are among the most social of all dolphin species. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. To see more underwater photography, follow me, @BrianSkerry. on Instagram.

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@Regrann from @natgeo -  Photo by @BrianSkerry. 
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Que hermosos @Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. These dolphins forage in the deeper waters at night, then return to shallow bays in the morning where they play and then rest. Dolphins are among the most intelligent, most social creatures on the planet, with the ability to communicate with one another through a series of clicks. Spinner Dolphins, photographed above, are among the most social of all dolphin species. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. To see more underwater photography, follow me, @BrianSkerry. on Instagram. -

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Joseph Norris

image by Joseph Norris (@josephus_norris) with caption : "This could not be a more perfect photo. Amazing. There is so much in this world to see.

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This could not be a more perfect photo. Amazing. There is so much in this world to see. @natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. These dolphins forage in the deeper waters at night, then return to shallow bays in the morning where they play and then rest. Dolphins are among the most intelligent, most social creatures on the planet, with the ability to communicate with one another through a series of clicks. Spinner Dolphins, photographed above, are among the most social of all dolphin species. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. To see more underwater photography, follow me, @BrianSkerry, on Instagram.

image by @thezenofzenith with caption : "Because I love dolphins. 🐬

@Regrann_App from @natgeo -  Photo by @BrianSkerry. 
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Because I love dolphins. 🐬 @Regrann_App from @natgeo - Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. These dolphins forage in the deeper waters at night, then return to shallow bays in the morning where they play and then rest. Dolphins are among the most intelligent, most social creatures on the planet, with the ability to communicate with one another through a series of clicks. Spinner Dolphins, photographed above, are among the most social of all dolphin species. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. To see more underwater photography, follow me, @BrianSkerry. on Instagram. -

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Marco Antonio Pizzirani

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@natgeo with @repostapp ・・・ Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pod of Spinner Dolphins, including a mother mother and her calves, socialize in the shallow waters off of Oahu, Hawaii. These dolphins forage in the deeper waters at night, then return to shallow bays in the morning where they play and then rest. Dolphins are among the most intelligent, most social creatures on the planet, with the ability to communicate with one another through a series of clicks. Spinner Dolphins, photographed above, are among the most social of all dolphin species. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. To see more underwater photography, follow me, @BrianSkerry. on Instagram.