Where Do Dolphins Migrate?

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Dolphins do migrate especially during winter as they will need warmer environments to breed. The bottlenose dolphin is unique in that it is found in virtually all coastal regions on earth regardless of the season.
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Shallow water areas frequented by dolphins vary considerably in temperature throughout the year. Additionally, air temperatures range considerably in the northern and southern latitudes
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warm places.
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In Hawai‘i they feed on fish, shrimp and squid in association with the
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All animals migrate for one or more of the following reasons: 1. to move away from unsuitable climate conditions. 2. to or from a breeding area that is not where they normally live.
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