Threatened inshore dolphins and other species need protecting from proposed industrial expansion in Exmouth Gulf – an unprotected habitat adjoining the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Ningaloo […]
When it comes to wooing the ‘ladies’, it turns out male bottlenose dolphins seem to employ similar tactics to some human groups. Flinders field work on the […]
One of the first large-scale aerial surveys of the eastern Great Australian Bight found significant populations of dolphins and whales, underlining the importance of the region […]
The Coffin Bay dolphins off South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula mainly live in the shallow waters close to the coast and oyster farms – and outside the […]
When dolphins are in a safe, bountiful environment, they don’t venture far – despite having the capability to range over vast ocean distances. And within such […]
Flinders researchers have confirmed the importance of the remote Ningaloo Reef in WA as a conservation site of significance for the rare and secretive Australian humpback dolphin.
A species of dolphin previously unknown to science has been found in waters off Northern Australia by a team of researchers, including Flinders University animal studies expert Dr Guido J Parra.