Understanding and respecting them as living beings is a mission that does not have to be complicated.Next
Threats Lesions in the fin of a bottlenose dolphin caused by , a of the skin.
A Proposed Echolocation Receptor for the Bottlenose Dolphin Tursiops truncatus : Modelling the Receive Directivity from Tooth and Lower Jaw Geometry NATO ASI Series A: Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans. The biggest member of the dolphin family is the.
The first studies reporting male coercion in dolphins were published almost 30 years ago.
The most striking feature about dolphin vaginas is their shapes.Next
Taking it a few steps further, the scientists wanted to know how the dolphin penis and dolphin vagina fit together during copulation.
There is another group of so-called river dolphins; these are fresh water populations of marine dolphin species some of whom permanently live in fresh water rivers, these include the or sotalia , the , and the.Next
These observations demonstrate the potential strength of the capacity for spontaneous imitation in bottlenose dolphins, and help explain the origin and spread of foraging specializations observed in multiple populations of this genus.
Dolphins use their conical teeth to capture fast-moving. This knowledge is mostly transferred by mothers to daughters, unlike primates, where knowledge is generally passed on to both sexes. Finally, the section for kids created thinking in little kids, tries to provide them essential information about dolphins through educative activities like puzzles, coloring pages or how to draw a dolphin with the idea to make kids aware of dolphin conservation in a funny way.
This hunting technique is just one of the many different types of feeding strategies that they may use to reduce the effort of catching fish.
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Some species or specific populations have none, making them.
There are less than 50 individuals remaining. Within the dolphins' elongated jaw bone sits numerous conical teeth some species have as many as 130 teeth in each jaw. In order to release heat, the heat must pass the blubber layer.Next
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Retrieved July 25, 2011 — via YouTube. The most common dolphin species in captivity is the , while there are around 60 in captivity.Next
Some of the larger dolphin species, especially , may also prey on smaller dolphins, but this seems rare.