Bioluminescent Algae

Bioluminescent Algae

During the later summer months (late June through early October) when the sun is strongest and the rain is heaviest, some areas of the Indian River lagoon System grow bioluminescent algae called Dinoflagellates. Whenever the water is disturbed either by our paddles,...
Comb Jelly

Comb Jelly

Comb Jellies are unique little creatures. These ancient carnivores belong to the phylum Ctenophora. Thus, they are not related to the jellyfish and have no stinging abilities. They get their name from the rows of cilia that resemble a comb. To propel themselves...
West Indian Manatee

West Indian Manatee

Right here in Florida, we house more than six thousand West Indian Manatee: an astoundingly massive marine mammal. Manatees have elephant-like skin, a round tail-like appendage called a fluke, and two flippers on their belly side, each with fingernails (or flipper...
Indian River Lagoon Bottlenose Dolphin

Indian River Lagoon Bottlenose Dolphin

The Indian River Lagoon Bottlenose Dolphin is by far one of the most majestic marine mammals around. You feel as though you can see the joy on their faces as they splash around chasing their next meal. The Atlantic bottlenose dolphin is the apex predator of the IRL...
Dolphin Encounters on a Group Kayak Tour

Dolphin Encounters on a Group Kayak Tour

The kayak tour guides and kayakers on our tours always enjoy close encounters with dolphins, even on rainy days. The video in this post shows a dolphin chasing fish toward the kayak tour group. First, you see it emerging from the water, then you can see it moving...

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