The Real Sea World 2

Approximately 20 dolphins were spotted hunting on the Moray Firth in Scotland.

Amateur photographer Alister Kemp, 47, was  watching from the shore and managed to captured a series of amazing and stunning  shots. Alister, from Evanton in Ross-Shire, said: ‘I  took these pictures when the salmon were returning to the river to spawn during  low tide.

The pod of 20 dolphins had been  laying in  wait for the annual ‘salmon run’, where they can be guaranteed a tasty snack as  hundreds of fish swim from the sea back to freshwater  to spawn. Once the dolphins have got a fish they will  throw it out of the water and then you will see them leap out after  it.

“I have taken hundreds of pictures of the  dolphins over the years but I think these could be my best so far. Sometimes I have waited two to three hours  to see them but I have also been there at just the right time to spot them, when  the tide has just started to come in.”

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2342865/Heres-I-learned-Tom-Daley-Bottlenose-dolphins-acrobatic-display-leaps-water-diving-grab-salmon.html#ixzz2XnkZxSqn

Why spend hundreds of dollars to go to Sea World when you can watch an amazing display such as this in the wild. This is the REAL SEA WORLD!

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For the dolphins!

 

 

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  1. Pingback: Scottish dolphins update | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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