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A prime example of what NOT to do when encountering a distressed (and endangered) finless porpoise.
This boat came across a small finless porpoise that was in distress, most likely having been struck by another boat. It was unlikely it would have survived anyway, but the group decided to grab it and take photos of it, stressing the poor creature out even further. Please do not grab or touch any wounded or distressed porpoises you might find. Instead, contact your local marine mammal stranding response team.
A demonstration of echolocation in harbor porpoises at Fjord & Baelt. Sif has two suction cups placed over her eyes and relies solely on echolocation to find the fish that the trainer is throwing into the water.
Eigil, the only male harbor porpoise at Fjord & Baelt.
Photos by WildScope
Eigil sporting some research gear at Fjord & Baelt.
Photo by Solvin Zankl Photography