Sea Sheperd Recording

This audio recording is taken from the 100 meter hydrophone that is towed behind the Odyssey on Operation Toxic Gulf. This sophisticated underwater microphone, called a hydrophone, is used to help the crew find their study species, the Sperm whale.

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins – an underwater audio recording from Operation Toxic Gulf from Sea Shepherd Australia on Vimeo.

In this particular recording you can hear more than ten Atlantic Spotted Dolphins vocalizing while they ride the bow of the Odyssey.
-Eliza Muirhead
Media Productions
Sea Shepherd Australia
www.seashepherd.org.au
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