From the East African in Kenya:
Recently, the Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park has been branded with the dolphin as its logo together with the not so glamorous but quite rare coconut crab, as Kisite-Mpunguti is one of the very few places on earth where one can see it.
Kisite-Mpunguti is one of the most spectacular marine park on the Kenyan coast with a rich reef covered in a dazzling display of coral gardens. …
He continues, “The Humpback is found along the Shimoni shoreline in shallow waters.
It is rarely seen in the deeper waters of the Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park.”
Since the team began its photo identification project in January, it has identified – and here’s the shocking number – 11 Humpback.
As there have been no previous records, there is nothing to compare this number with.
Turtles in Kenya: here.
Dolphins in Europe threatened: here.