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Dolphins are mammals.


Dolphins are a widely distributed and diverse group of aquatic mammals. They are an informal grouping within the order Cetacea, excluding whales and ...


Even though they live in the ocean all of the time, dolphins are mammals, not fish. Like every mammal, dolphins are warm blooded. Unlike fish, who breathe ...


All mammals have hair. We are mammals and dolphins are too. How do dolphins pass this mammal test? Some say dolphins have whiskers: can this be true?


Jul 21, 2008 ... When it comes to being mammal, dolphins fit the bill in all respects: they give birth to live young and nurse them, they're warm-blooded, they've ...


Dolphins are mammals, not fish. What makes a dolphin a mammal? 1. They breathe air directly into their lungs. 2. They have hair at some point during their life ...


Oct 2, 2013 ... Dolphins are mammals because they breed their babies with milk produced by the mother.

Jun 1, 2009 ... Dolphins are mammals because they breathe air, they bear live young, and baby dolphins drink milk and have hair. Find out why dolphins are ...


Why are dolphins mammals and not fish? If you looked at a dolphin and didn't know any better, you'd think it was a fish. They are not. Dolphins cannot breathe in ...


Jun 27, 2012 ... Essentially, the scientists wanted to know how different the dolphins were, from a genetic perspective, as compared to other mammals.