Atlantic bottlenose dolphin

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Related to Atlantic bottlenose dolphin: Tursiops truncatus
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Synonyms for Atlantic bottlenose dolphin

the most common dolphin of northern Atlantic and Mediterranean

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Mucocutaneous lesions in free-ranging Atlantic bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus from the southeastern USA.
Survey of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) population near Galveston, Texas.
The Park has invited the public to participate in a contest to name a new baby male Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin at the park.
Case in point: When a 400-pound Atlantic bottlenose dolphin and a 4,000-pound false killer whale mated off the coast of Hawaii, their wholphin offspring died at age 5, decades younger than the average 40- to 50-year life span of its parents.
Recommendations on data collection were set forth at the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin Workshop in Beaufort, North Carolina, 13-14 September 1993 (Wang et al.
On August 20, 2008, a dead male Atlantic bottlenose dolphin was found stranded on the North Carolina coast.
At birth, the average Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin is three feet long and weighs about 40 pounds.
Morbilliviral disease in an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) from the 1987-1988 epizootic.
In addition to the endangered whooping cranes, birders might also catch a glimpse of other rare birds such as the peregrine falcon, or even spot a group of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in the waters.
Age determination and age related factors in the teeth of western north Atlantic bottlenose dolphins.
Discover fascinating facts about the Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and SeaWord Orlando's breeding programme.
Duke and Spunky are both Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and their size was another surprise.
Since 1989, Dolphin Encounters, on idyllic Blue Lagoon Island just three miles off Nassau, Bahamas offers visitors the unique opportunity to interact with Atlantic Bottlenose dolphins and sea lions in an encounter.
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