Are Dolphins Mammals or Fish?

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Dolphins are mammals as they are warm-blooded. They also suckle their young and breathe air using lungs. Dolphins also give birth to live young and do not lay eggs. They also have tiny amount of hair, right around the blowhole.
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Dolphins are mammals.
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