bottlenose dolphin


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The survey recorded 403 individual Indian Ocean humpback dolphins (Sousa plumbea), 693 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus), and 52 finless porpoises (Neophocaena phocaenoides).
A total of 937 hours were spent searching for coastal bottlenose dolphin resulting in 209 sightings, 82.
What's causing the bottlenose dolphin deaths along the mid-Atlantic?
NMFS, which oversees the care and protection of wild marine mammals, instead found him a new home at the Indianapolis Zoo, which has a social group of two male and five female bottlenose dolphins.
Bottlenose dolphin is in the IUCN Red List of endangered species.
Named Moko, the solo bottlenose dolphin has spent three years swimming with people off North Island's east coast.
We used a fine-scale microhabitat approach to examine patterns in bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) foraging distribution in relation to dissolved oxygen, turbidity, salinity, water depth, water temperature, and distance from shore measurements in a highly turbid estuary on the northern Gulf of Mexico.
The Indo-Pacific Bottlenose dolphin calf is born with sparse hair on its snout and will nurse from its mother for 12-18 months.
It is one of Alexis McKenzie's favorite students--an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin.
Included are the sleeping habits of the bottlenose dolphin, harbor seals, elephant seals, northern fur seals, walruses, humpback whales, beluga whales, manatees, sea otters, and walruses.
As many readers will recall, a bottlenose dolphin, a species native to UK inshore waters, became trapped in a dock in Cumbria in January.
The Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphin, which mainly inhabits waters near southern Pacific coasts, is most likely to be breeding in Kagoshima bay in southwestern Japan, an ecological survey shows.
In 1986, a 14-foot long male false killer whale and a six-foot long female Atlantic bottlenose dolphin at Honolulu's Sea Life Park Hawaii became the proud parents of Kekaimalu, the first "wholphin" ever born in captivity.