How can dolphins survive with big wounds after a shark attack? Why don’t they bleed to death? How do they heal without infections?
A very interesting article by Michael Zasloff, professor of surgery and immunology at Georgetown University Medical Center.
A while back we found this mail in our inbox and we are more than happy to share it with you:
Greetings Amlas and Atmo,
It is me Michael who I don’t even know if you will remember; I cannot remember even when it was exactly that I visited you back in the late 90s, but the experience has always stayed with me. Continue reading →
The first 2012 participants will arrive tomorrow to Bimini.
We’ve been working hard to get our boat DolphinQuest and our Retreat Center ready for the season. We are all very excited and looking forward to meet all the beautiful dolphin souls who will come to see us in Bimini to swim with the wild dolphins. Yahoo!
Love from Jwala, Atmo, Atosh, Amlas, Sudi, Tara, Vijan and Sukhama –
the WildQuest Dream Team
One week to go until our first programme of 2012 starts and we are excited. We spent the last weeks beautifying the place, building and taking care of lots of details to make the WildQuest Retreat Center even more a home away from home. You will be surprised. Continue reading →
A fascinating article about a group of bottlenose dolphins which has just been identified in Western Australia. This group is living an extremely open and free lifestyle and holds very complex relationships – some lasting over seventeen years.
Another publication about the same group of bottlenose dolphins found on the BBC website stating “Only humans and the Shark Bay bottlenose are known to have these multiple levels of male alliances in their social network.”