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May 2000 Vol. 26, No. 5   RSS Feed for Undercurrent Issues
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Cayman Brac reportedly has a new resident, a 6' male bottlenose dolphin named Spot who’s been frequenting the north side on and off since July. He reportedly has little interest in divers but is very friendly with snorkelers. Locals suspect Spot may have been one of several Honduran dolphins lost in last year’s hurricane. However he got to the Brac, Spot seems to want to stay. Several pods have come through the area in the last few months, but Spot hasn’t joined them.

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