Sea Life Surveys have uploaded a great video, shot with GoPro and drones, of dolphins playing in the sea.
The quality of the video makes this a must watch for animal lovers everywhere.
The Isle of Mull is a popular destination for naturalists and photographers being one of the primary spots in the UK for seeing some of Britain’s more elusive species.
Information about the island’s wildlife (including species lists, photographs and distribution data) is being compiled on a website called Wild Mull.
The site has been created as a place to share knowledge about the natural history of the island and surrounding seas.
Sea Life Surveys operate specialist wildlife trips in the waters of the west coast of Scotland for over 30 years.
The rugged islands and clean seas provide a great environment for wildlife to flourish, supporting a huge abundance of breeding birds, seals, otters, whales, porpoise, sharks and dolphins.
The dolphins in this video are common dolphins which live in both warm-temperate and tropical waters.
Long-beaked common dolphins mostly inhabit shallow, warm coastal water.
Common dolphin have a varied diet consisting of many species of fish and squid.
They have been recorded to make dives up to 200 metres (660 ft) deep.
Common dolphins can live in pods of hundreds or even thousands of individuals.
They have been known to associate with other dolphin species, such as pilot whales.
They have also been observed bow riding on baleen whales, and they also bow ride on boats.
They are fast swimmers (up to 60 km/h), and breaching behaviour and aerial acrobatics are common with this species.