Dolphin-mounted cameras give scientists a glimpse of mammal’s underwater life

By ABC News

Australian scientists have contributed to a world-first study using locally made cameras mounted on wild dolphins off the coast of Kaikoura in New Zealand.

The result is 10 hours of vision showing the rarely seen activities of dolphins in the wild, including the mammals playing with kelp and interacting with their young.

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