I believe that just because an organization calls itself an animal rights organization does not mean you should automatically support it. This quite shocking story shows that animal rights activists are not only cruel to animals with some … Continue reading →
I’ve followed a pod of wild bottle-nose dolphins for over two weeks and they stayed in the same area so they could find plenty of food and take care of their young. I’ve also been photographing and identifying bottle-nose dolphins in that bay area for over a year and learned that inshore bottle-nose dolphins, like the ones in this picture from Sea World, normally don’t swim over 100 miles per day like what most animal activists insist.
Popularity: Cetaceans (see-tay-shuhns) are very popular animals, particularly dolphins. Whales are probably most popular for their size, and dolphins popular because many people think they are cute since many breeds have a built-in smile. Porpoises are not as popular, but they … Continue reading →