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Written by Andre Hueber, The Northwern Advocate   
Monday, 18 January 2010

Northland's marine life has been putting on a spectacular show this summer, including this magnificent moment captured at the entrance to Tutukaka Harbour.

Those on the water have been entertained not only by pods of dolphins, but also by orca and sharks in the oceans around Northland's stunning 3000km-plus of coastline.

Marine expert Wade Doak said people tended to think increased sightings had something to do with marine mammals, but they were always around - "there's just more of us at sea".

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