How Long Is a Dolphin?

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A dolphins average length is between 7-1/2 feet and 8-1/2 feet long. They can weigh up to 297 pounds, although the short-beaked common dolphin is a little bit heavier. You can find more information here: http://www.acsonline.org/factpack/common.htm
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Dolphin
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Cetacea
Dolphins are aquatic mammals divided into 2 families: Delphinidae, the oceanic, and Platanistidae, the river dolphins. There are more than 30 species of the former, though the 6 largest are often known as whales. There are only 5 species of the latter.
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Your common dolphin reaches a length of about 7. 5 and 8. 5 feet. Dolphins reach sexual maturity at about 3 years of age or roughly 6 feet long.
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