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Bottlenose dolphins

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A few of my favorite facts about bottle-nosed dolphins: -->They have 100 teeth; -->Some can hold their breath for 30 minutes; -->May eat up to 30 lbs of fish a day; -->Babies can stay w/their mother for 2 to 3 years; -->They can live to be 50 years old!

Bottlenose dolphin playing in the waves.

Deep Divers: A Gallery of Dolphins

Bottlenose Dolphins are the most common and well-known type of dolphin. Bottlenose dolphins are found inhabiting warm seas worldwide.Bottlenose dolphins are grey in colour and grow between 2 and 4 meters long. These dolphins typically stay in groups from

Bottle-Nosed Dolphin Leaping at Sunset.

Bottlenosed Dolphin Leaping at Sunset

Bottlenosed Dolphin Leaping at Sunset. In one's lifetime seeing the wild in their own habitat is the best.

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Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops Truncatus by Stuart Westmoreland: They are having a great time. Wish I could join them right now!

Bottlenose Dolphin Blows Bubbles from Blow Hole Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

Bottlenose Dolphin Blows Bubbles from Blow Hole

Bottlenose Dolphin Blows Bubbles from Blow Hole Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

Get an up close and personal look at Atlantic bottlenose dolphins at the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi!

Dolphin Bay ® Get an up close and personal look at Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Our saltwater exhibit features two male dolphins:.

Bottlenose dolphins call out the specific names of loved ones when they become separated, a study finds.

Unbelievable, perhaps, but researchers have found bottle nose dolphins call each other by name with signature whistles!

Look at this Tin Bottlenose Dolphin Puzzle on #zulily today!

The Purple Cow Tin Bottlenose Dolphin Puzzle

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