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Freediving with Dolphins!!!

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Freediver81

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hello miles! how's the marriage institution?

I dont know if its just with me but the link isn't working!

:confused:
 

cdavis

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Thanks Miles, awesome is right!

My computer shut me out before the clip was finished, so many dolphins. What's the story; where did they find so many together in such relatively shallow, clear water? I've been lucky enough to dive with wild dolphins once, but never so many of them. Great video.

Connor
 

island_sands

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we can't get that close here... we just see them jumping close to the diving boats... this was taken last week.
 

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