Where do bottlenose dolphins live?

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Bottlenose dolphins live in most of the world's oceans and are largely found in temperate and tropical waters. They live and swim in groups known as pods. A pod normally has about a dozen or so animals.
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Bottlenose Dolphin is a marine mammal that lives in the ocean, specifically the Pacific Ocean. They are found in Northern Japan, California, Australia, and Chile, with smaller populations
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Bottlenosed Dolphins live in warm temperate and tropical oceans and seas worldwide.
Bottlenose dolphins can be found in the oceans all around the world. Some of these places are California, Australia, Africa, Norway, Gulf of Mexico and Cape Cod.
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