Nearwater Walking Holidays

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November 2013

Friday, November 8, 2013 - 14:48
There is a host sea life around the coasts of Cornwall and if you are lucky enough to see dolphins it is always nice to be able to identify them. The 3 most common types are: Bottlenose Dolpins I have seen these many times around the coast of southern Cornwall, particularly in Carrick Roads and Falmouth Bay.  They are large (1.9m to 3.9m long) have a prominent dorsal fin and beak and are predominantly grey with a pale underside.  They are seen several times a season by passengers on the St Mawes to Falmouth ferry.  These animals are seen year round in coastal waters.  Typically seen in groups...