2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032008000400020
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Abstract: Aiming to verify the movements of the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) at Rio de Janeiro State coast, southeastern Brazil, we performed a photoidentification comparison between the catalogued individuals of the Cagarras Archipelago (23° 02' S and 43° 12' W) in 2004 and 2006 (n = 26) and the images obtained (n = 179) during the Southeastern Cetaceans Expedition, conducted during months of June and November of 2005. Eight individuals (three females and five dolphins of unknown gender) identified in the Ca… Show more

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“…Two bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops sp., satellite-tracked off eastern Australia for 30 and 143 days, covered ranges of up to 778 km 2 , with a core area of 86 km 2 (Corkeron and Martin 2004). Several bottlenose dolphins photo-identified off Argentina made a 600 km round trip (Würsig 1978), and eight bottlenose dolphins photo-identified off southeastern Brazil showed movements of up to 100 km (Lodi et al 2008). The most extensive movements reported so far come from two bottlenose dolphins satellite-tracked following their stranding in Florida: one covered 2050 km in 43 days, the other 4200 km in 47 days, swimming through waters 5000 m deep .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Two bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops sp., satellite-tracked off eastern Australia for 30 and 143 days, covered ranges of up to 778 km 2 , with a core area of 86 km 2 (Corkeron and Martin 2004). Several bottlenose dolphins photo-identified off Argentina made a 600 km round trip (Würsig 1978), and eight bottlenose dolphins photo-identified off southeastern Brazil showed movements of up to 100 km (Lodi et al 2008). The most extensive movements reported so far come from two bottlenose dolphins satellite-tracked following their stranding in Florida: one covered 2050 km in 43 days, the other 4200 km in 47 days, swimming through waters 5000 m deep .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1950-1956, 1974-1980? Review up to 20081958-1964, 1979-1990Review up to 20082001-2000, 2003 Review up 2004-2010 2001-2007, 1982-2011 1984-1994, 2007-2009 1998-1999 1982-1995, 1991-2008, 1996, 2002, 2003, 2009-2010 1998 2005-2012 2002-2008 2006-2008, 2008-2010 1974-1976 References Barbosa et al (2008); Lodi et al (2008) Würsig and Würsig (1977); Würsig (1978) Aires, Chubut and Rio Negro provinces, but no detailed information was provided (Crespo et al, 2008).…”
Section: Uruguayan Oceanic Regionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Results presented herein suggest accordingly that bottlenose dolphins The re-identification of several individuals in both the BSA and the RNE, approximately 200km apart, indicates that those bottlenose dolphins move along the whole northern coast of the San Matías Gulf, northeastern Patagonia, as was reported previously (Vermeulen et al, 2008). Overall, movements of coastal populations of bottlenose dolphins are known to range between shortdistances of up to 100km (Ballance, 1992;Lodi et al, 2008) and mid-distances of up to 300km (Würsig, 1978;Simões-Lopes and Fabian, 1999;Bearzi et al, 2011). Occasionally, long-distance movements of more than 500km Mate et al, 1995; or even > 1000km (Wood, 1998;Wells et al, 1999) have been recorded.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%