This group of dolphins were photographed by Beaufort resident Billy Spearman swimming by his boat about 60 miles offshore while on a fishing trip. Interacting with dolphins is legal, though people are not allowed to grab or harass them according to an officer with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
This group of dolphins were photographed by Beaufort resident Billy Spearman swimming by his boat about 60 miles offshore while on a fishing trip. Interacting with dolphins is legal, though people are not allowed to grab or harass them according to an officer with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. BILLY SPEARMAN Island Packet
This group of dolphins were photographed by Beaufort resident Billy Spearman swimming by his boat about 60 miles offshore while on a fishing trip. Interacting with dolphins is legal, though people are not allowed to grab or harass them according to an officer with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. BILLY SPEARMAN Island Packet

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