CHINA Researchers recorded short-finned pilot whale and Fraser's dolphin mixed swimming in the South China Sea

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Researchers recorded short-finned pilot whale and Fraser's dolphin mixed swimming in the South China Sea

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16:56, July 23, 2020

This is the two consecutive years that Chinese researchers have witnessed and recorded the mixed swimming phenomenon of these two species in the South China Sea. Short-finned pilot whales (Globicephala macrorhynchus) and Fraser's dolphins are both under second class national protection.

This is a Fraser's dolphin photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20. The black shadow not far away is a short-finned pilot whale.

This is a Fraser's dolphin photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20. The black shadow not far away is a short-finned pilot whale.

This is a Short-finned pilot whale photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20. Photo shot by reporter Zhang Liyun

This is a Fraser's dolphin photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20.

This is a Short-finned pilot whale photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20. Photo shot by a drone.

This is Fraser's dolphin photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20.

This is a short-finned pilot whale photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20.

This is Fraser's dolphin photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20.

This is a short-finned pilot whale photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20. Photo shot by a drone.

This is a short-finned pilot whale photographed in a certain area of the South China Sea on July 20.

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