Tuesday, February 12, 2013


     About 150 dolphins hosts Amvrakikos Gulf(Western Greece), according to an article in the magazine "New Scientist». This is one of the healthiest populations of bottlenose dolphins in the Mediterranean as it remains stable. "Rich" in dolphins is the Corinthian Gulf.(southern Greece) .

In the waters shelter four species of dolphins found in Greece , which very often come in mixed flocks, which is a rare phenomenon. Indeed, Greenpeace and ACCOVAMS (International Agreement for the protection of cetaceans in the Mediterranean) have suggested setting the Corinthian Gulf as a standard marine reserve for Greece and the Mediterranean.
The Greek seas are considered as the most "rich" biodiversity in the seas of Europe, but also worldwide, because they host some of the largest remaining populations of marine mammals in the Mediterranean.

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