Dolphins like feeding on a wide variety of fishes, squid, and crustaceans such as shrimps. The foods available to dolphins are determined by their geographic location. They are active predators and will feed on fish smaller than they are.
Some of the foods that make up a dolphins diet include: fish like herring, mackerel, cod and squid. Some huge dolphins like the killer whale eat large marine mammals like seals, sea lions and even some turtles.
Dolphins feed on small fishes such as tuna regularly. They sometimes eat squids
Dolphins are meat eaters. They will eat a variety of fish, shrimp and squids. When the dolphin eats it swallows its food whole instead of chewing it up.