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After leaving the Amazon we powered north towards the delightful island of Tobago. During our second day at sea we enjoyed a multitude of seabirds most of which appeared to be attracted to the high concentrations of flying fish. We also had a few dolphin pods put in a an appearance including a group of at least 20 Pan-tropical Spotted Dolphins bow-riding. They appeared so suddenly I didn’t even bother to lift my camera. Flying Fish sp. off Guyana © Jeff Clarke Later on in the day we would see great concentrations of birds, mostly Audubon’s Shearwaters and Sooty Terns, some definitely had cetaceans below them but the views were to brief and distant for recognition. Frustratingly we also had a pod of large dolphin-like cetaceans no...
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