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  1. Photo Identification methods

    It can also provide information on the identity unit in the population. Temporary emigrations, where animals may not be available at every sampling occasion, also adversely affect such analyses. Identifying features are vary between species. This allows us to identify individual species. According to Weinrich (2001): "If observers noted any distinctive dolphins, an attempt was made to photoidentifity them. Two classes of distinctive individuals were noted. Some animals were immediately recignizable through highly prominent marks, including partly missing dorsal fin or large amounts of white pigment on the dorsal fin or flanks..

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