In this, the final chapter of the OCEAN ACROBATS series, we are treated to rare footage of Spinner dolphins feeding at night. Though we’ve seen throughout the series how Spinners have used their social skills and unique physiology to survive the many challenges of ocean living, there is one predator they just can’t outwit or outrun. Spinner Dolphins still face the all too common threat of finding themselves caught in a fisherman?s net. Why is this happening? And what can be done?
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