bottlenose

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Synonyms for bottlenose

northern Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead

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The fish took a Gold-bodied Willie Gunn tied bottle-nose style with a long tail.
There were three recordings of bottle-nose dolphin, with a pod of 15 seen bow riding a visitors'' boat.
The ZSL veterinary scientists found the northern bottle-nose whale was a juvenile female which was probably less than 11 years old, sexually immature, measured 5.
Last week we revealed that the number of bottle-nose dolphins in the North Sea is down to 130 - and could soon vanish altogether.
However, whilst checking on the entry for our Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, Gwbert-on-Sea - where visitors come to view grey seals and bottle-nose dolphins in the wild, as well as feed various farm animals amidst superb scenery - I noticed two errors.
And at Quay West, which overlooks Cardigan Bay, there's even a local school of bottle-nose dolphins you can look out for.
Next week - I fulfil my dream of swimming with dolphins, but get in an argument with a bottle-nose.
Bottle-nose dolphins were only seen occasionally, even though nearby Cardigan Bay is considered to have a population of more than 200.
Desperate for her usual diet of deepwater squid, the northern bottle-nose tried to head west back to the Atlantic but went into the Thames estuary instead.
A third of the bottle-nose dolphins swimming off Israel's Mediterranean coast are too thin, apparently due to a lack of food from overfishing.
It shows a 12-foot bottle-nose turning KILLER as it rams a porpoise to send it flying through the air.