Fernando De Noronha: Listening to Dolphins

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One of the most charismatic creatures in the sea, dolphins are incredibly important parts of our ocean ecosystem—yet they are also badly understudied and in increasing need of protection. Join Brazilian scientist Marcos Santos and the ALUCIA team as they dive the waters of Fernando De Noronha to study and track this critical species.

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