Tursiops truncatus, commonly known as the common bottlenose dolphin or the
Atlantic bottlenose dolphin is the most well-known species from the family ...
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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 live in temperate and tropical waters worldwide. Distribution
is generally limited to surface water temperatures of 10° to 32°C (50°-90° F).
The Common Bottlenose Dolphin is one of the most commonly observed
dolphins in coastal waters throughout the world. It also maintains large
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!
Find out what's known about Common Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus,
Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, ...
Range Description: Common Bottlenose Dolphins are distributed worldwide
through tropical and temperate inshore, coastal, shelf, and oceanic waters ...
The bottlenose dolphin is one of the most well known species of marine
mammals. They have a robust body and a short, thick beak. Their coloration
ranges from ...
Information about Common Bottlenose Dolphins. ... The diet of a coastal
bottlenose dolphin is diverse and depends on location. Many eat only fish,