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Common bottlenose dolphin - Wikipedia


Tursiops truncatus, commonly known as the common bottlenose dolphin or the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin is the most well-known species from the family ...

Common Bottlenose Dolphin - Animals - National Geographic


Learn all you wanted to know about bottlenose dolphins with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Common Bottlenose Dolphin Species Guide - WDC


Tursiops truncatus species guide - Probably the most well-known of the 35 species of marine dolphin, the bottlenose dolphins is found throughout many of the ...

Bottlenose Dolphin - Sea World


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.

The Marine Mammal Center : Common Bottlenose Dolphin


The Common Bottlenose Dolphin swims in all of the world's tropical and temperate seas. Some populations are strictly local; others migrate extensively.

Common Bottlenose Dolphin | Species | WWF


Learn more about the common bottlenose dolphin, as well as the threats this species faces, what WWF is doing to protect its future, and how you can help.

Tursiops truncatus (Bottle-nosed Dolphin, Bottlenosed Dolphin ...


Range Description: Common Bottlenose Dolphins are distributed worldwide through tropical and temperate inshore, coastal, shelf, and oceanic waters ...

Common Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus ~ MarineBio.org


Find out what's known about Common Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, ...

Bottlenose Dolphin - NOAA Fisheries - National Oceanic and ...


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 ...

Common Bottlenose Dolphin | Oceana


The Common Bottlenose Dolphin is one of the most commonly observed dolphins in coastal waters throughout the world. It also maintains large populations ...