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WATCH: Hey there! Dolphins spotted enjoying a sunset swim in Gozo
Dolphin sightings seem to be getting more and more frequent!

Benjamin Abela

Swimming comes with a plethora of benefits – it keeps you active, helps you relax, and if you’re lucky it even puts you in the chance of spotting a cool sea creature…

…and that’s exactly what swimmers and boaters in the Northern coast of Gozo were treated to yesterday evening, as Maltese waters welcomed yet another pod of dolphins.

“Dolphins came to visit again during a sunset trip on the North Coast of Gozo,” Vitamin Sea Watersports wrote on social media.

“Cannot get tired of these beauties,” it continued.

Throughout the past year, it seems like dolphin sightings are becoming more and more frequent!

Only last month, Maltese TikToker Johan Mifsud posted a gorgeous video of dolphins getting close to his boat as it made its way through Malta’s northern coast.

@johanmifsud

Guys what a beautiful feeling 🐬😍 ##fyp ##foryoupage ##viral

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But Malta’s waters are being graced by way more than just dolphins…

Last week, swimmers were treated to a rather unique sight, as what is believed to have been a Blue Shark was spotted in Dwejra waters.

As intimidating as the sight of a shark might be, Blue Sharks are rarely known to attack humans – so if you spot one yourself, don’t panic!

9th September 2021


Benjamin  Abela
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Benjamin Abela
Benjamin is a Writer at Content House Group. With his background in journalism, marketing, and the arts, Benjamin enjoys finding the human aspect to any story he gets a hold of. When he's not too busy writing his next article, you could probably find him playing with his cats or performing on a stage.

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