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Bottlenose dolphins come by to play

December 2, 2007 Written by

Location: Cabo Pierce, Socorro Island, Revillagigedos, Mexico

Comments: Divemaster Sten reports that they had a few hammerhead sharks out on the lava flow and bottlenose dolphins came into visit the scuba divers again, staying with the divers and basically surrounding them.  The dolphins also came up and let the guests snorkel with them a good while on the back of Nautilus Explorer.  Water was very clear and the inside of the bay in Cabo Pierce was beautiful.  And it is always nice to go and have a look in the end of the dive at the beautiful endemic Clarion damselfish.

Weather: Nice weather with a bit of wind and waves from the north

Water: 100 foot visibility, water temperature 79°F

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