bottle-nosed dolphin

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With this initiative, the park has been able to come to the aid of Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphins, manatees, dwarf and pygmy sperm whales, beaked whales, and green loggerhead and ridley turtles that have been endangered.
First there was a court case in 1991, when a man was charged with committing an act of lewd, obscene and disgusting nature and outraging public decency by behaving in an obscene manner with a bottle-nosed dolphin, Freddie being the dolphin in question.
Tonight he looks at the bottle-nosed dolphin, which lives in the Shannon Estuary, and the European eel, who admittedly sounds less cuddly.
For years Freddie the bottle-nosed dolphin was a crowd-pulling celebrity after taking up lengthy residence in the mouth of the Tyne and later Amble Harbour in Northumberland.
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.
K-Dog, a bottle-nosed dolphin belonging to Commander Task Unit, leaps out of the water in front of Sergeant Andrew Garrett while training near the USS Gunston Hall which is operating in the Arabian Gulf.
Photo: A chattering bottle-nosed dolphin captures the heart of a jaded 14-year-old city kid, played by Elijah Wood, in the ecologically themed ``Flipper.
It is believed she was the partner of another bottle-nosed dolphin whose body was washed up on the local shoreline around the same time.
The bottle-nosed dolphin became a popular tourist attraction for visitors to the Kent coast, but a lack of recent sightings has led to speculation that it has since died.
They were also responsible for the successful release of Marra, the bottle-nosed dolphin, from Maryport harbour in Cumbria.
Freddie was a bottle-nosed dolphin who was thought to be between 12ft to 16ft long and half a ton in weight.
He's also unusually large for a bottle-nosed dolphin.
Another group of dolphins inhabit the coastal waters of the Isle of Isla and, on mainland Argyll, the waters near Crinan have recently become another bottle-nosed dolphin hotspot.
The bottle-nosed dolphin was found in a weak state on the sand at Barmouth at 3.