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Hourglass dolphin (Lagenorhynchus cruciger). The hourglass dolphin has distinct black-and-white coloring and gets its name from the white hourglass design on its sides... they frequently travel near various types of whales. The hourglass dolphin prefers colder waters and can only be found south of the subtropical convergence. Photo: Lomvi2/Wikimedia Commons...

Hourglass dolphin (Lagenorhynchus cruciger). The hourglass dolphin has distinct black-and-white coloring and gets its name from the white hourglass design on its sides... they frequently travel near various types of whales. The hourglass dolphin prefers colder waters and can only be found south of the subtropical convergence. Photo: Lomvi2/Wikimedia Commons...

"Dad, look! No floatie!" This cocker spaniel takes the plunge (sorry) in Underwater Dogs—a book chock-full of the cutest, weirdest dog faces never seen by man. Such as what a dog looks like when she's having the best, best, best time ever. Because she doesn't automatically sink in a pool! She can swim! And drink! All at the same time! Even while all the humans are rapidly exiting the water.  Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel (Little, Brown and Company)

"Dad, look! No floatie!" This cocker spaniel takes the plunge (sorry) in Underwater Dogs—a book chock-full of the cutest, weirdest dog faces never seen by man. Such as what a dog looks like when she's having the best, best, best time ever. Because she doesn't automatically sink in a pool! She can swim! And drink! All at the same time! Even while all the humans are rapidly exiting the water. Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel (Little, Brown and Company)

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