The Bottlenose Dolphins at the L'Oceanografic at the City of Arts and Science in Valencia, Spain put on a terrific show where they perform many different tricks including ones that involve big leaps and bounds. Each dolphin can be grouped together with any of the others and fascinate the crowds that come to visit the L'Oceanografic.Leaps are something that a dolphin can do extremely well as they are full of energy and are very capable of many acrobatic feats. These dolphins have the cutest little faces as they always seem to be smiling and look like they are having a good time.It is not just the Bottlenose Dolphins at the L'Oceanografic in Valencia, Spain that can show off to visitors with their leaps and bounds as most species of dolphins in the wild are also very agile. The trainers at this Dolphinarium have spent many hours with each Bottlenose Dolphin to perform leaps, jumps, flips, breaches and somersaults but they do this when told to. When you see them in the wild, they are very capable of doing various leaps but this is something they do on their on free will.The Dolphinarium at the L'Oceanografic in Valencia, Spain is Europe's largest and twenty Bottlenose Dolphins reside here. There is plenty of room for every dolphin as there are five separate pools that hold a total of over twenty million litres of water. This incredible place at the City of Arts and Science in Valencia, Spain is open daily and is one tourist attraction that is worth visiting for the whole family.Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, at the L'Oceanographic in the La Ciutat de les Arts i les Cienies Complex, Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, The City of the Arts and Science, in the City of Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/800 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 130mm.
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