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Transcript of dolphin's organism
there's lots of dolphin's types, we choose the bottlenose dolphin.
What kind of living organism is it?
What are its main
Where does it live and its relationships with other living organisms?
dolphins are social animals that form bonds with each other and their descendants. They congregate in groups called pods. Together, hunt, fish,and even play matching.some dolphins especially bottle nose dolphins, make friends with members of other species, ocean creatures and land creatures, such as:
dogs, cats, humans ,whales.
The bottle nose dolphin is known from a wide variety of marine habitats.
Dolphins are very intelligent and they seem to be well loved by humans. They are curious, form strong bonds with in their pod, and they have been known to help humans in a variety of circunstances including rescues and with fishing.
Is a cetacean because it is a large aquatic carnivorous mammal with forelimbs like fins with no hind limbs, including: whales; dolphins, etc.
The largest dolphins reach a length of about 13 feet (4 meters), but most species are 7 to 10 feet (2 to 3 meters) long. Dolphins have smooth, rubbery skin and are usually colored in some mixture of black, white, and gray. They have two flippers, or fins, on their sides, as well as a triangular fin on the back. Like other whales, they have an insulating layer of blubber (fat) beneath the skin.
How does it interact with matter and energy in its habitat?
The dolphin interacts with water (matter) swimming in it and energy, they use it for the 7 living characteristics like nutriton, movement, etc.
They need energy to do all that kind of things.
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