A pair of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) breaches in the Moray Firth, Scotland (@ Charlie Phillips/Aurora Photos)
- Members of the family Delphinidae typically live in groups of 10-30, called pods.""Shall we infiltrate their gang?
- These guys are quite common - unlike the ultra-rare albino dolphin.""Have you ever seen one that looked like this?
- The inlet where we found this pair is one of the world\s best dolphin-watching spots.""Our location\s a lot closer to home than you might think
- The playful reputation of dolphins is well deserved.""Would you take a ride on the back of a whale?