bottle-nosed dolphin


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A possible case of Lobo's disease acquired in Europe from a bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).
It proved a real hit and a Bottle-nosed Dolphin skull should be top of the list when packing for a family day out.
Oike, "Cloning and sequencing of a bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) interleukin-4encoding cDNA," Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, vol.
Bottle-nosed dolphins often put in an appearance off Shell Island, but we were content to watch the pelicans skim across the water then recreate our own version of Hitchcock's The Birds by tossing up breadcrumbs to wheeling squadrons of seagulls.
Of the selected animals, bottle-nosed dolphins have the greatest average brain weight, and dogs have the smallest average brain weight.
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) present sharply contrasting pictures of Tursiops truneatus, better known as the bottle-nosed dolphin. At SeaWorld, visitors can feed little fish to this "mainstay of aquatic ecotourism, beloved water-park performer, smiling incarnation of soulful holism ...
Four of them live there year-round: the California sea lion, the common dolphin, the bottle-nosed dolphin, and the vaquita, which is also known as the Gulf of California harbor porpoise.
English jockeys will soon be on the list of endangered species alongside the bottle-nosed dolphin and the white rhino.
As her first experience at IDC, Sarah was introduced to Squirt, a female Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphin who has been working with handicapped children for eight years.
PHOTO : life such as the Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphin at feeding pools.
Well, I can honestly say, as the owner of Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, on the corner of the Ceredigion coast at Gwbert-on-Sea, that we have not seen any drop in bottle-nosed dolphin viewings.
One of those who swam with the friendly bottle-nosed dolphin was actor Jerome Flynn.
Lobomycosis as a disease of the Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphin (Tursiops truncatus Montagu, 1821).
Tonight he looks at the bottle-nosed dolphin, which lives in the Shannon Estuary, and the European eel, who admittedly sounds less cuddly.