What Does a Dolphin Look like?


Dolphins are warm blooded mammals the weigh about 136kg to 226kg and have about 26 pairs of small teeth. They have a dorsal fin and an elongated beak. They give birth to their young ones called calves.
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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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Dolphins are mammals that live in the ocean. There are several types of dolphins and they can range in size from 6 feet to 12 feet long. Dolphins have a top fin, two side fins, and a back flipper used to propel them through the water. They are a gray color and have a blow hole on the top of their head.
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The most common dolphin, the bottle nosed dolphin looks like a small whale. It is very streamlined in shape, has a blow hole on top of its head, a long nose and is a greyish blue
Dolphins have long, streamlined bodies designed to travel quickly and efficiently underwater. The average dolphin measures at eight or nine feet and weighs between 419 and 575 lbs
In the oceans they look after themselves.
On average a dolphin can be up to 8 to 9 feet in length. Also it can weigh up to 419
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