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Dolphins of the Red Sea

The Red Sea is home to sixteen species of cetaceans (dolphins and whales), Eeight species out of them are regularly observed: Common Bottlenose Dolphin, Indopacific Bottlenose dolphin, Spinner Dolphin, Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Longbeaked Common Dolphin, Risso’s Dolphin, Humpback Dolphin and...

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Dolphins of the Red Sea
Dolphins of the Red Sea

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Jan 15, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+2

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About the Event

The Red Sea is home to sixteen species of cetaceans (dolphins and whales), Eeight species out of them are regularly observed: Common Bottlenose Dolphin, Indopacific Bottlenose dolphin,  Spinner Dolphin, Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Longbeaked Common Dolphin, Risso’s Dolphin, Humpback Dolphin and the Bryde’s Whale. the other eight are considered rare.

In this webinar we'll introduce you to the dolphins of the Red Sea, their biology, distribution and conservation status.

We will also have a close look at the code of conduct and best practices to plan, organize and conduct a dive or snorkeling tour with dolphins in a safe and responsible manner. and provide volunteer in conservation opportunities through our citizen science program "Red Sea Dolphins Project".

Speaker: Ahmed Fouad

Founder of Red Sea Project / PADI Master Instructor and Commission  Member of the World Commission on Protected Areas of the IUCN - the  International Union for Conservation of Nature. specialties of  Management Effectiveness Network, Marine Network, North Africa, West  Asia and Middle East Region, Tourism and Protected Areas Network and  IUCN WCPA-SSC Biodiversity and Protected Areas Network.

RED SEA PROJECT™

EDUCATION | OBSERVATION | CONSERVATION

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RED SEA PROJECT™

EDUCATION | OBSERVATION | CONSERVATION

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