Fortunately, as a species the bottlenose dolphin is not endangered. There are
well over half a million bottlenose dolphins swimming all over the world, and their
Although wild dolphins face many natural dangers within the deep expanse of
the ocean, the most overwhelming threat to their existence is man.
Unfortunately some dolphin species are considered endangered due to ... The
bigger contribution to the endangerment of the dolphin species came from ...
New Jersey Endangered and Threatened Species Field Guide. Image of
Bottlenose dolphins are an intelligent and curious species. Zoom+ Bottlenose
Today, most bottlenose dolphin populations appear to be healthy and are not
endangered. Some other species of cetaceans, however, are not so fortunate.
While bottlenose dolphins are not categorized as endangered by the IUCN Red
List of ... Interesting Facts about Bottlenose Dolphins · Why Are Bottlenose
Dolphins Becoming Endangered · Bottlenose Dolphin Facts · Endangered
If you have heard of the pink river dolphin, Amazon river dolpin, then you have
also ... Humans are the main cause of endangerment for the pink river dolphin.
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.
As climate change causes the seas and oceans warm, dolphins are being seen
... of 6,000 Irrawaddy dolphins, which were thought to be critically endangered, ...
Size: The familiar bottlenose dolphin is around 8 feet (2.5m) long and weighs ...
Mar 9, 2014 ... The status of, and pressures on, Irrawaddy river dolphins in the Mekong ... noses
— as opposed to the pointy noises of bottlenose dolphins.