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Sadye Butler

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Dolphins

bottlenose dolphin solutions threats habitat pods usually contain between 10-30 members inhabit warm and temperate seas many dolphins are caught in fishing nets where they get fatally hurt or DROWND and DIE polution dolphins are at the top of their food chain so a high concentration of pollutants will build up in their body in 1960 - 1972 approximately 200,000 - 500,000 dolphins were victimized by fishermen this results in disease, difficulty in reproduction, and even DEATH over fishing caught in fishing nets food these dolphins feed on a wide variety of fish, squid, shrimp, small rays and sharks sewage, poisons and oil spills human interatction boaters that get too close to dolphins can scatter groups and put mothers and calves in danger they become dependant on humans for nessesities like food and are not able to attain food themselves dolphins are legally protected by the Marine Mammal Protection Act greenpeace foundation: dolphin alert international dolphin watch organizations who are involved in bottlenose dolphin conservation how to get involved donating time or money to an established organization
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