Attacks The most common cause of porpoise deaths in South Wales are attacks by bottle-nose dolphins
. Typically 20 porpoise deaths are reported in Wales each year, and it is estimated 75% of these are as a result of dolphin attacks.
A third of the bottle-nose dolphins
swimming off Israel's Mediterranean coast are too thin, apparently due to a lack of food from overfishing.
And at Quay West, which overlooks Cardigan Bay, there's even a local school of bottle-nose dolphins
you can look out for.
Last week we revealed that the number of bottle-nose dolphins
in the North Sea is down to 130 - and could soon vanish altogether.
BRITAIN'S only colony of bottle-nose dolphins
is coming under threat by powerboat users.
However, whilst checking on the entry for our Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, Gwbert-on-Sea - where visitors come to view grey seals and bottle-nose dolphins
in the wild, as well as feed various farm animals amidst superb scenery - I noticed two errors.
You can sit with your feet in the water as the bottle-nose dolphins
swim and splash around you.