Dolphin watching is one of the most enjoyed activities of visitors to Florida’s Gulf Coast. This is why we created this page called Dolphins. It is a great part of Tropical-Island-Getaway’s trip. Don’t forget your camera! Marine biologists say that dolphins love to jump and play in the wake behind mono-hull boats (boats with one-hull.). Normally dolphins do not jump and play around catamarans, pontoon boats or sailboats in the Gulf of Mexico (Florida’s west coast). Bottlenose dolphins send messages to one another in different ways. They squeak and whistle and use body language—leaping as high as 20 feet (6 meters) in the air, snapping their jaws, slapping their tails on the surface of the water, and even butting heads.
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