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Description "Kawili Kai" (♀, *23 December 2004), Sea Life Park Hawaii.
English: Second-generation wolphin female "Kawili Kai" (*23 December 2004) at Sea Life Park Hawaii, 9 months old. Offspring of first-generation wolphin female "Kekaimalu" (parents: "Tanui Hahai" Pseudorca crassidens ♂ x "Punahele" Tursiops truncatus ♀) and a male bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). Read more on flickr.
Deutsch: Weiblicher Wal-hybrid zweiter Generation "Kawili Kai" (*23 December 2004) im Sea Life Park Hawaii, 9 Monate alt. Kind von Wal-hybridin erster Generation "Kekaimalu" (Eltern: "Tanui Hahai" Pseudorca crassidens ♂ x "Punahele" Tursiops truncatus ♀) und einem männlichen Großen Tümmler (Tursiops truncatus).
Date 15 September 2005, 06:59
Source Hawaii #16 - Baby wolphin
Author Mark Interrante from Silicon Valley, USA


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