Gray whale population drops by quarter off U.S. West Coast

Developing Trainers Knowledge

Starting them early: Pregnant dolphins sing their names to their babies in the womb

Discover how alike dolphin mothers are to human mothers

Scientists Discover a Mouth-Breathing Dolphin

Trainer’s Educational- Self development

A Once-Captive Dolphin Has Introduced Her Friends to a Silly Trend

Bottle-nose Behaviour

How to keep your animal engaged during training sessions

FOCUS ON YOUR TRAINING SESSION!

Discover why the “theory” and not “hands-on” training is the first step to becoming a successful dolphin trainer

In most Dolphinariums, when you first start working, you do not handle an animal until you have acquired certain training techniques in theory. To touch an animal, before you have acquired this knowledge, could be counter-productive to your development as a trainer. When stating a job as a trainer, companies should give you the time,Continue reading “Discover why the “theory” and not “hands-on” training is the first step to becoming a successful dolphin trainer”

Surfer goes to head-to-head with pod of dolphins as he takes on gigantic Australian waves… and loses

Wake up call from nature

Bottle Nose Dolphin Adopts Whale Calf of Another Species

From a small inflatable boat in the Rangiroa atoll in French Polynesia, Pamela Carzon got her first glimpse of the “strange” trio of marine mammals she’d been told about: a bottlenose dolphin mother (Tursiops truncatus), her seven-month-old calf, and another young cetacean that was slightly smaller and looked to be not a bottlenose dolphin at all, butContinue reading “Bottle Nose Dolphin Adopts Whale Calf of Another Species”