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Dolphin ID and Razorbill

Written by Keith_Rittmaster. Posted in bottlenose dolphin photo ID, Marine Birds

 It is unusual to see a Razorbill close to shore where this one was. They are interesting birds, on shore they stand upright like a penguin and they dive to at least 60 feet.
The top right dolphin picture is shot through the water and with the Xenobalanus – known as Xeno(see post from Dec. 29, 2011)

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