About 600 miles (965 km) east from the coast of North Carolina lies the island of Bermuda. Just one-third the size of Washington, D.C., Bermuda has 64 miles (103 km) of coastline and 21 sq. miles (54 sq. km) of land. With more than 62,000 people, Bermuda is the world’s most densely populated oceanic island. Bermudians enjoy one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, and they are very proud and protective of their gorgeous beaches and coral reefs. Bermuda has been a leader in marine conservation for many years, with its protection of green sea turtles dating to 1620. There are many wonderful invertebrates, fishes, and other animals to enjoy in Bermuda.
Animals Seen At Dolphin Quest Bermuda
| Common Bottlenose dolphins
Animals Seen in Bermuda