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2005.10.13 Moorea, French Polynesia
Moorea, French Polynesia, 2005.10.13.
Nikon D100, 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G lens @24mm f/9, aperture priority.
"Spinner dolphins are known for their acrobatics and aerial behaviors. A spinner dolphin comes out of the water front first and twists its body as it rises into the air. When it reaches its maximum height, the dolphin descends back into the water, landing on its side. A dolphin can make two to 5.5 spins in one leap; the swimming and rotational speed of the dolphin as it spins underwater affects the number of spins it can do while airborne. These spins may serve several functions.[20] Dolphins may also make nose-outs, tail slaps, flips, head slaps, "salmon leaps", and side and back slaps." - National Wildlife Federation.