bottlenose dolphin

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The shape and number of teeth allowed us to determine that it was a young common bottlenose dolphin, the most common dolphin species in the UAE.
London, Feb 29 ( ANI ): Bottlenose dolphins have whistles that they use to exclusively greet other members of their species, say marine biologists.
Although many know of the grey and common seals found around Hilbre Island, at West Kirby, few know of the harbour porpoise and bottlenose dolphins that can be seen in our waters, and I was surprised and disappointed to find that there were so few sightings reported from the region.
On June 28, 2004, an adult male, likely inshore, bottlenose dolphin, which had recently died, was found on a beach of La Restinga National Park (11[degrees]01'N, 64[degrees]10'W) on Margarita Island, Venezuela.
The purpose of this study was to conduct a post-hoe analysis of bottlenose dolphin strandings in NC in relation to fisheries bycatch estimates and spiny dogfish landings.
The calf, named Fechin, was spotted among a group of bottlenose dolphins in Shannon Estuary.
Objectives: The main objective of the project is the improvement of the conservation status of the bottlenose dolphin in the MPA of Portofino.
We used a fine-scale microhabitat approach to examine patterns in bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) foraging distribution in relation to dissolved oxygen, turbidity, salinity, water depth, water temperature, and distance from shore measurements in a highly turbid estuary on the northern Gulf of Mexico.
All the residents of the Dolphin Bay are Indo-Pacific Bottlenose dolphins, who breathe air out of a blowhole located on the top of their head.
As many readers will recall, a bottlenose dolphin, a species native to UK inshore waters, became trapped in a dock in Cumbria in January.
The Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphin, which mainly inhabits waters near southern Pacific coasts, is most likely to be breeding in Kagoshima bay in southwestern Japan, an ecological survey shows.
In 1986, a 14-foot long male false killer whale and a six-foot long female Atlantic bottlenose dolphin at Honolulu's Sea Life Park Hawaii became the proud parents of Kekaimalu, the first "wholphin" ever born in captivity.
On December 23, 2004, Kekaimalu -- the only known living hybrid of a false killer whale and Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, or "wholphin" -- gave birth to a female calf.
The baby, who has yet to be named, is one-fourth false killer whale and three-fourths Atlantic bottlenose dolphin.
The female bottlenose dolphin named Sunny was born in July last year and has grown to 2 meters in length and weighs 140 kilograms.