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Jervis Bay Dolphins Behaviour – Tail Slapping

23 January 2019 | DWC Blog

We are fortunate enough to see some very interesting things when out on Jervis Bay,

Such behaviours are all an important part of Dolphin (& Whale) communication and can mean a range of things. If the slaps are soft and gentle, the dolphin may be alerting other dolphins or trying to gain their attention. A single explosive slap – or a succession of much firmer slaps is a definite warning sign.
Sometimes we also see it as a form of play!

Bottlenose Dolphin Spout - Dolphin Watch Cruises
Check out our Facebook or Instagram videos to check out some dolphin tail slapping action!
Or jump on board one of our cruises and see it for yourself!