BioExpedition Renews Dolphin Site

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BioExpedition and Laurent Mikhail, CEO, announce an update to the company’s website that provides extensive information about dolphins. Habitats, behavior, feeding habits, reproduction, and threats to dolphin species are discussed in detail.

BioExpedition Publishing and Chief Executive Officer Laurent Mikhail are pleased to announce the release of the company’s update to its website dedicated to dolphins. The updated site contains new information, updated articles, and fresh pictures, videos, and presentations ― all ready for use as academic references.

This update includes the latest dolphin facts, new dolphin information, and various topics related to dolphins. To support learning, a set of multimedia content has been added that includes presentations, pictures, videos, and podcasts. The information is reliable and the design is easy to navigate for fast access.

The website features more than 75 handpicked dolphin videos that are well structured and arranged for a quick view with a brief description of what can be seen in the video. In addition, the site includes a section about river dolphins and another about killer whales. This new update also contains a FAQs section that addresses questions people frequently ask about dolphins; thus, readers have easy access to facts about one of the world's most popular animals.

For each dolphin species, information is presented as a factsheet and includes description, behavior, feeding, reproduction, and conservation to help visitors gain knowledge about each species and create quick reports if necessary.

Finally, a new section for kids is offered, where the information and activities, including puzzles, coloring pages, and paint-by-number pictures, are designed to be easily understood by young children.

In a recent interview, Laurent Mikhail said, "This new update will improve our standards to keep up as one of the leading academic sites about dolphins." He continued, "Through learning we want to create a consciousness and contribute in this way to the preservation of dolphin species for future generations." He concluded, “We invite interested people to follow us through our large offering of learning material and BioExpedition’s channel in most social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Goolge+, Youtube, and Pinterest.”

Learn more about BioExpedition and how it has updated its dolphin site to educate visitors by checking out the website at Members of the media and others who want further information about dolphins or about this particular press release are encouraged to contact Laurent Mikhail at the location identified below.

Contact Person: Laurent Mikhail
Company: BioExpedition Publishing


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