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Sousa teuszii (Atlantic Humpback Dolphin) jumping

Atlantic Humpback Dolphin Research and Conservation

The Atlantic Humpback Dolphin (Sousa teuszii) is a critically endangered species that lives only on the western side of the African continent. These dolphins live in small populations along the coast from Morocco to Namibia. In Senegal, a sizeable population lives in the Delta Saloum...Read More

Mozambique Channel Passive Acoustic Monitoring Project

The Mozambique Channel Passive Acoustic Monitoring Project

The Mozambique Channel is a known biodiversity hotspot for cetaceans, with at least 22 species documented. This includes several Endangered or Critically Endangered species or subspecies of baleen whales, most of which are migratory and have poorly understood movement patterns and seasonal distributions. Passive Acoustic...Read More

Omura's Whale mother and calf

The Omura’s Whale Project

The Omura’s whale (Balaenoptera omurai) is a recently discovered species of baleen whale, first recognized as a distinct and ancient species in 2003. It is a Mysticete, or baleen whale, belonging to the family Balaenopteridae, or rorquals. Prior to its discovery, the Omura’s whale was...Read More


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