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Animal Report On The Bottlenose Dolphin
Transcript of Animal Report On The Bottlenose Dolphin
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Dolphin Habitat Of The Bottlenose Dolphin The Bottlenose Dolphin has a very sleek body, their curved mouth gives them an appearance of a permanent smile. Bottlenose dolphins are found in warm waters and tropical oceans all over the world. Adaptions of the Bottlenose Dolphin Since a Bottlenose Dolphins' habitat is so large, Dolphins have adapted to the environment by using echolocation.
Dolphins make clicking noises. Those sounds travel underwater until they encounter objects, then bounce back to the dolphin which reveals the size, shape, and location of their target. Map Range Of The Bottlenose Dolphin When dolphins are feeding, that target is often a bottom-dwelling
fish, though dolphins also eat shrimp and squid.
Sometimes these intelligent animals are spotted following fishing boats in hopes of feasting on leftovers. Predator & Prey Of The Bottlenose Dolphin In their natural habitat, these smooth swimmers can reach speeds of over 18 mph.
They surface the top of the water often to breathe, doing so two or three times a minute.
Dolphins were once widely hunted for meat and oil that was used for lamps and cooking, but today only limited dolphin fishing occurs. More Facts On The Bottlenose Dolphin Interesting Fun Facts About Bottlenose Dolphins Bottlenose Dolphins are carnivores. They can be 10 to 14ft in length and 1,100lbs in weight. Their lifespan can be from 45 to 50 years. It's scientific name is Tursiops truncatus. BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN