Marine biologists announce waters of Achziv Beach protected dolphin habitat

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February 19, 2014 09:28

 
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Marine biologists and researchers have found that dolphins are frequenting the waters off of Achziv Beach and, according to an interview with Israel Radio, announced on Wednesday that these waters are now a protected habitat.

Such announcements are internationally accepted in order to protect marine biology and their habitats.

The researchers found that the dolphins enjoy the waters off of Achziv Beach on  the northern Israeli coast because of its sea cliff which offers the dolphins deep waters to feed in.

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