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Dolphins are part of the family of toothed whales. They are one of the intelligent marine mammals. Dolphins are found almost in every big sea. They are carnivorous animals and like eating fishes, squids, crabs, crustaceans and others. They have impressive eyesight along with excellent hearing ability. They are well-known for their playful behaviour and are a part of attraction at many places. They can live up to 40 years or more. Their main habitat includes temperate coastal waters, bays and harbours.
Dolphin Activities and printables
Group of Alligators in water
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Playful Baboon Family
dolphin internet resources
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You might not realize that dolphins are closely related to whales. The scientific order, called Cetacea, includes dolphins, whales, and porpoises
The common dolphin throughout history has often been recorded in art and literature. It was recently proposed that two forms of this species, the short- and long-beaked common dolphin, represent two distinct species.
A wonderful look at dolphins by photographer Daniel McCullock.
Secret Language of Dolphins
"Information was passing back and forth pretty quickly." But what were they saying? That's what scientists are trying to find out by studying wild and captive dolphins all over the world to decipher their secret language.
A site that includes graphics, video clips, and sounds of dolphins.
This site contains some information and pictures on various species of dolphins and porpoises. It also contains a listing of other whales as well as links to other dolphin related websites.
Dolphins Research Center
Information on Dolphins
GoldenStateImages - Dolphin of the California coast
Photography of dolphin species found along the California coast includes common dolphin, pacific whitesided and rissos dolphin.
Signature whistles of Bottlenose Dolphins Tursiops truncatus and the society structure - from Trent Univ.