What Eats a Dolphin?

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Dolphins have few predators, but are in great danger when around white sharks and some whales. Most dolphins who travel in packs are safe from other predators.
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Bottlenose dolphins are carnivorous. The largest part of the bottlenose dolphin's diet is made up of a range of fish. Other foods that are commonly consumed by this dolphin include
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According to Japanese Wikipedia: Dolphins are used as food in the Faroe Islands http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far... , in some Inuit communities in North America, and a few coastal
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well a false killer whale or a great white shark and even some whales eat dolphins and a lot of sharks eat dolphins.
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Mainly fish and squid. Some fish are herring, mackerel and cod, but the others eat squid. Larger dolphins, such as Orcas (Killer Whales), eat other marine animals such as sea lions
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Common dolphin predators are sharks and killer whales.
Some whales such as killer whales and sharks will eat dolphins. Sadly, some humans will also eat dolphins. However, most of the time dolphins are at the top of the food chain where they live. You can find more information here: http://www.allaboutwildlife.com/what-eats-a-bottlenose-dolphin
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