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They are back!

Posted on: June 30th, 2013 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
They are back!

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Beny Wilson
1st Whale Watching Tour of the season. We got the first pair of Humpbacks about 2/3 of the way from Panama City to Contadora. For our surprise we stopped the boat and the whales came close. Then they started to apear every 4 minutes right around us. And then we got the surprise! I felt like I was able to talk to the whale! It was SO CLOSE! So peacefull. No body was nervous or too exited! This whale got their rostrum out of the water and swam gently and slowly close and closer to the boat. The captain then backed the boat and she turn its head back to the ocean! Priceless. Here is the video!

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Posted on: June 13th, 2013 by Rambala Jungle Lodge

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That's a goal we are working on here in Panama at Rambala Jungle Lodge so inspir…

Posted on: June 13th, 2013 by Rambala Jungle Lodge
That's a goal we are working on here in Panama at Rambala Jungle Lodge so inspirational.


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Posted on: June 13th, 2013 by Rambala Jungle Lodge

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Dolphins Help Save Dog from Drowning!

On Marco Island, Florida a group of dolphins came to the aid of a lost Dog that had fallen into a canal and couldn't get out. The dolphins made so much noise, it attracted the attention of people living nearby, who then rescued the dog. The Dog was believed to have spent 15 hours in the canal water before he was pulled out by fire personnel and reunited with his owner.

One of the people whose attention was captured by the noisy, demonstrative dolphins said, "They were really putting up a ruckus, almost beaching themselves on the sandbar over there. If it wasn't for the dolphin, I would have never seen the dog.” (Source: ABC7news) He said also if the dolphins hadn't persisted enough to get their attention, they dog would have died in the canal.

The dog had fallen over the edge of a concrete wall down into the water far enough that it had no chance of getting back up by itself. The dog was exhausted from being in the cold water for hours, and most likely suffering from hypothermia.

Dolphins have been known to sometimes help stranded or injured people as well. In 2007, a pod of dolphins formed a ring around a surfer who was injured and bleeding after being bitten by a Great White shark. The surfer survived because they prevented further bites. No one knows exactly why dolphins have intervened in such emergency situations, and helped save the lives of other species.

Suffice to say they are capable of empathy and heroic actions.