In Whalefish, we strongly believe that science is not finished until is communicated. Therefore we periodically feature updates on a variety of research projects through social media and blogs, and support other outreach initiatives.
At the same time we aim to inspire others to do the same. So if you have a scientific project you wish to communicate about to the wider public, please do not hesitate to contact us . We would be happy to feature your work!
But above all, we wish to encourage transparency and open discussions from students, scientists, stakeholders and the public alike. In the end we believe that positive change will only happen if we work together!
“Las Toninas de la Bahía” or “Dolphins of the Bay” tells us stories that have never been told before, secrets that up to now were only known to scientists. These secrets explained in a simple but thoughtful way, will reach out to each and every one of you. With the subtitle “Discovering the Dolphins of North Patagonia”, we submerge completely into this unknown and mysterious marine world.
This book, written by professionals in marine mammal biology and education, is the results of the scientific research conducted on bottlenose dolphins between 2006 and 2012 in Bahía San Antonio (Argentina) and adjacent regions in North Patagonia. The aim is to share the results of this investigation, showing how it has increased our knowledge of this population, and contribute to their conservation and protection. If we know more, if we understand these dolphins better, we can all take the commitment to protect what is ours: our marine companions, the bottlenose dolphins of Bahía San Antonio. Let’s embark together!