bottlenose dolphin


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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.
Bottlenose dolphins, 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.
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