Life Cycle of a Dolphin?

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Dolphins are mammals that exclusively live in the sea. Their life cycle begins at the baby stage. The babies are born after a gestation period of about one year. The babies later grow into young adult dolphins that later turn into adult dolphins.
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The female dolphin first gives live birth to the child, then the baby dolphin stays with their parents till they are old enough, then the dolphin grows up and makes her own family
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In the wild Dolphins live 25 to 30 years.Mature female dolphins give birth every
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Born, live, die. I suppose you could expand "live" to be something like eat and swim.
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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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