Underwater photo display opens

An exhibition of stunning underwater photographs by National Geographic snapper Brian Skerry is on display at Dolphin Cove. 

The permanent gallery of 48 images taken by the globe-trotting photographer include a shot of a harp seal pup swimming in the icy waters of northern Canada and a leatherback turtle enjoying a snack in waters around the Azores. 

Staff of the West Bay attraction, which offers tourists the opportunity to swim with captive dolphins, hope the exhibit will be a magnet for visitors and locals alike. 

The exhibit is open during the park’s regular hours between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily and costs $8 to view, $5 for children and $5 per person for family groups of three or more. 

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A yellow goby peers through the pop-top window of its encrusted soda can home. – PHOTO: BRIAN SKERRY

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