Photographic case studies of skin conditions in wild-ranging bottlenose dolphin
(Tursiops truncatus) calves.
Seventy-seven bottlenose dolphins
, of which 19 were calves, and 61 humpback dolphins, of which 10 were calves, were recorded.
, common dolphins and harbour porpoise are the most commonly encountered species along the North Wales coast due to them being present all year round.
North Sea bottlenose dolphins
face a number of modern threats.
The scientists discovered that female bottlenose dolphins
have large and well-developed clitorises.
Watch playful bottlenose dolphins
put on impressive acrobatic display off Northumberland coast
Ffion and her team sighted Clet on July 19 as part of a larger pod of 40 bottlenose dolphins
that treated them to a close up encounter, fast swimming and bow-riding alongside their boat.
'Dolphin Survey' conducted by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) estimated that 701 Indian Ocean humpback dolphins and 1,834 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins
inhabit Abu Dhabi's coastal waters.
During the study period, 145 encounters were recorded between 72 bottlenose dolphin
schools and ORUs throughout the survey area (34.45%, n=209 sightings; Fig.
In the latest incident, the carcass of a bottlenose dolphin
has been rotting away near Bahrain Bay for weeks.
SAUCY bottlenose dolphins
have been spotted getting up to no good in Welsh waters.
We report a unique morbillivirus that caused documented systemic infection in a bottlenose dolphin
from the eastern North Atlantic Ocean.
A US Navy-trained dolphin named Ten discovered a 19th-century torpedo in San Diego Bay, where the bottlenose dolphin
is part of a programme to detect mines and enemy divers.
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