Bottlenose dolphins, the genus Tursiops, are the most common and well-known
members of the family Delphinidae, the family of oceanic dolphin. Recent ...
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The source of their common name, bottlenose dolphins exhibit a pronounced
anterior rostrum (often referred to as a beak), typically 7-8cm (3 in.) in length.
Bottlenose dolphins are great swimmers. They start swimming in their mother's
womb before they're even born! Learn more dolphin facts at Animal Fact Guide!
The bottlenose dolphin is perhaps one of the most well known cetaceans,
because of its widespread use in marine parks and research facilities. The
Atlantic bottlenose dolphins have a light to slate gray dorsal surface, fading to
lighter gray on their sides with a pale gray or pink belly. The dorsal fin is tall and ...
Find out what's known about Common Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus,
Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, ...
The bottlenose dolphin is one of the most familiar whales to humans but did you
know there is more than one type of bottlenose dolphin? Watch to learn more.
Bottlenose Dolphin Conservation (2:22 min). Dr. Randall Wells, Conservation ...
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Dr. Stephanie Watwood, Postdoctoral Investigator at the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution discusses how the variety of sounds bottlenose
dolphins make ...