Dolphin Questions and Answers

Dolphins capture their food in semi-darkness. This is true because they create this tornado of sand and mud which does not darken the rest out completely.

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Dolphins are animals that swim in the ocean. They are mammals even though they live and swim in the oceans. They are known for having a long pointy nose and a fin on their back. When swimming, ...

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Dolphins are born with 72 to 104 teeth on average. The amount of teeth varies depending on what kind of dolphin it is. Dolphins are part of the toothed whale suborder and all possess some kind of ...

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Dolphins on average have a lifespan of about 50 years. This can vary a bit depending on what kind of dolphin you are talking about. Orcas may live 70 years or longer while bottlenose dolphins may ...

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A baby dolphin is called a calf. The calf spends 12 months in its mother’s womb before it is ready to be born. The calf emerges from its mother’s womb tail first so that it ...

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Dolphins dive a pretty wide range underwater. They usually dive 10 to 150 feet but the deepest dive ever recorded by a dolphin was a bottlenose dolphin that dove 900 feet under the water. The ...

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Water is an essential thing. Since dolphins are surrounded by water all the time we may not immediately even think to wonder how dolphins obtain the water they need to maintain life. Dolphins get ...

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Despite their pretty massive size dolphins can swim at a decently fast rate. Dolphins can swim 18 to 22 miles per hour on the average. This becomes more impressive when you think of the ...

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Typically dolphins are usually about 400 pounds or 180 kilograms in weight on average. Some grow bigger or smaller based on what kind of species of dolphin they are. The killer whale, which is ...

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