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  • 2 Links! Dolphin Communication Dolphin World The Delphinodea Family What are Dolphins? Dolphins, dolphins, dolphins! Credits
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  • 3 Dolphin Communication Dolphins communicate with some whistles to identify themselves. Unlike humans, dolphins miss vocal cords, but they use a system of squeaks, whistles, moans, thrills and clicks that are generated by sphincter muscles within the blow hole.While using echolocation, they send off frequencies by clicking sounds that bounce off objects which make the returning sound waves pick up the dolphins forehead and lower jaw annotate distance, size and the shape of an object. Back!
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  • 4 Dolphin World The trained Dolphin Swim has been worked by a trainer on trained dolphins and it is granted to make you have fun! You can feed them and play with them. They will jump over bars, will push your toes, and will respond to other fun behaviors! Make your dolphin swim reservations online! Go to: www.dolphinreservation.com Back!
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  • 5 The Delphinoidea Family The Dolphin is the greatest and the most assorted family of all cetaceans. It has 26 recognized species, as well as 6 toothed whales. In this family, most forms have functional teeth in both of their jaws, smooth sloping foreheads, a melon with a dissimilar beak, a single notch in the middle of their flukes and a dorsal fin.From the 26 species of dolphins,13 have long beaks and streamlined, robust bodies. The rest of the species vary in colors, patterns, shapes beaks, flippers, and dorsal fins. Although, most have similar indistinct beaks and fairly robust bodies. Next!
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  • 6 The Delphinoidea Family Poem Dolphins Pushing through green waters Symbol of joy You leap from the depths To touch the sky Scattering spray Like handfuls of jewels Not caged by union rules Unfettered by sales targets No trains or planes to catch Your time is set by the flow Of the seas tides And the moons glow You give us images of ecstasy That we lock away Behind the doors of memory For quiet moments When released from our possessions We dream of a freedom like yours Back!
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  • 7 What are dolphins? Dolphins are warm-blooded mammals whose name refers to species that have a beaklike snout and streamlined body. This description of dolphins has developed over millions of years through evolution. Back!
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  • 8 #^@Dolphins,Dolphins,Dolp [email protected]^# Next!
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  • 9 The Bottlenose Dolphin The bottlenose dolphin is found in the British Isles. It is named because of its snout, which looks like the neck of a bottle. It is usually gray with black above. The Bottlenose dolphin has a prominent, curved dorsal fin with an edge that readily tatters. The adult dolphins can vary in size between two meters and six meters. This type of dolphin feeds mainly on shrimp, squid, invertebrates, and fishes. It communicates with a rich repertoire of whistles and rasping sounds. Next
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  • 10 The Atlantic Hump-backed Dolphin The Atlantic hump-backed dolphin is found in the coastal waters of tropical west Africa. Its body is robust, containing a long beak, a large melon, and well-rounded flippers. Its color is a sort of slate-gray or pale gray on its uppersides. It measures approximately about 2.5 meters in length. It feeds mainly in herrings and sea breams.Its scientific name is Stenella Frontalis. Next!
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  • 11 The Pantropical Spotted Dolphin The pantropical spotted dolphin is found in the tropical and subtropical oceans of the world. It is a very diminutive dolphin that has a short, black beak, grayish sides, and white bottoms with white spots over it. It is generally measured in about 1.5 to 2 meters. It feeds predominantly on mackerel, flying fish, squid and shrimp. Its scientific name is Stenella Attenuata. Next!
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  • 12 The Northern Right-Whale Dolphin The Northern Rightwhale Dolphin is found in South British Colombia to the north of Baja California. Its color is glistening black and it has a white belly. It can reach up to 3 meters in length. It mainly feeds on squid and mid-water fishes. Next!
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  • 13 The Irrawaddy Dolphin The Irrawaddy Dolphin has a rounded head with no beak or flexible neck. It can vary in colors such as light blue-gray, or pale blue. This dolphin can be found in the Ganges of India.It is usually 2.1 and 2.6 meters. The Irrawaddy eats fish, crustaceans, and squid. Next!
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  • 14 The Commersons Dolphin The Commersons dolphin is found in the Straits of Magellan, the Falkland Islands, and at Tierra del Fuego. It is wide and rounded. It has fins that are rounded as well, and are solid black on both the top and the undersides. This type of dolphin can measure up to 56 to 76 centimeters in length. It feeds on fish, squid or octopus, crustaceans such as shrimp and some other invertebrates. Next!
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  • 15 The Tucuxi Dolphin The tucuxi dolphin is found in the Amazon River basin, the Rivers of Venezuela, Guyanas, on the Brazilian Coast and near San Paulo and Africa. Its body is short and stocky. It can measure from six to seven feet. It mainly feeds on small ocean animals with shells, armored catfish, crabs, shrimp, and fish. Back!
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  • 16 Credits! http://tursiops.org/cetus/faq/northerner.html Slide 10 Flaming Text. 2003. 16 Nov. 2004. "Buttons." Gr Sites. 2004. 16 Nov. 2004. imss.biz/widlife/dolphins.html. 2 Dec. 2004. images/google.com. 2 Dec. 2004 . beach-net.com/dolphins/communication.html. 2 Dec. 2004 . dolphinworld.net/kids-corner.html. 2 Dec. 2004. whale-web.com/dolphins/commerson.html. 2 Dec. 2004 .