bottlenose


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Synonyms for bottlenose

northern Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead

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Northern bottlenoses are usually found in the deep trenches of the north Atlantic Ocean.
The habitat of the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin included both near-shore and deeper offshore waters.
But the bottlenose were a surprise as even though they are common in Cardigan Bay just a few miles north, they are very rarely seen off Strumble," he added.
Bottlenose dolphins are pregnant for about 380 days, so stillborn and juvenile dolphins found in the early months of 2011 could have been exposed in the womb to petroleum products released the previous year.
Constantine (2002) also observed a decrease in bottlenose dolphin resting behavior when swimmers approached them in the wild.
Bottlenose dolphins have a large presence in the area throughout the year, but the chances of seeing them increase when their food supply appears.
In the last few days, I have received information about two companies: Bottlenose (bottle nose.
She spoke to the GDN after the Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) found the carcasses of a seal, a baby bottlenose dolphin and a sea turtle during a site visit near the northern coast of Bahrain last week.
SAUCY bottlenose dolphins have been spotted getting up to no good in Welsh waters.
Since the first morbillivirus outbreak affecting bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) along the mid-Atlantic Coast of the United States during the late 1980s (1), some mass die-off episodes affecting the global cetacean population have occurred (2-5).
Bottlenose has launched Nerve Center, the first application for Trend Intelligence from social and business data streams.
Bottlenose dolphins were recorded off Formby, Hilbre Island and in Liverpool Bay.
Summary: Dramatic underwater footage captures divers rescuing a bottlenose dolphin.
SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN Tursiops truncates (CETACEA: DELPHINIDAE) IN THE SOUTHEASTERN COAST OF TENERIFE ISLAND (CANARY ISLANDS), SPAIN
Bottlenose dolphins were seen off New Quay pier in West Wales last Friday - followed later by other bottlenose dolphin sightings and harbour porpoise sightings in New Quay and off Porthgain Beacon.