- A ten-year study of the migrating humpback whales in the Turks and Caicos,
emphasizing the collection data sheets, hydrophone recordings, and the creation
of a library of fin and tail identification stills and film of behavior.
- Continued documentation of the unique relationships with JoJo the dolphin,
as well as other sociable wild dolphins.
- Creation of other dolphin protection projects based on the JoJo Dolphin
Project Model—involving legal and medical protection, habitat preservation,
- Research and documentation of human impact on dolphins, whales, and other
marine wildlife. Its purpose is to help regulate the interaction to promote
the survival and health of the ocean eco-systems.
- Documentation of both scientific and non-academic programs working to
protect dolphins, whales, and their habitats.
- While sharing data with other organizations, scientists, and universities,
The Marine Wildlife Project will provide materials for nature documentaries
as its primary vehicle for education.
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