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Stenella coeruleoalba y Tursiops truncatus
yes, amazing video and even the stills are good
could be the two species together, but the first that I saw on the beach were Stenella coeruleoalba.
At first I thought I saw two species but after looking the film over and over I saw that it was the water splashing that I had mistaken for a white marking in the side of the dolphin. And if there is no white on the side I think it must be Tursiops truncatus. It is difficult to see.
Spotted on Jan 20, 2012 Submitted on Jan 21, 2012