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bottlenose dolphin

any dolphin of the genus Tursiops, esp T. truncatus, some of which have been kept in captivity and trained to perform tricks
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Well, I can honestly say, as the owner of Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, on the corner of the Ceredigion coast at Gwbert-on-Sea, that we have not seen any drop in bottle-nosed dolphin viewings.
Yet the real showstopper on our visit was the first glimpse of a tiny male bottle-nosed dolphin swimming beside his mum Maia, barely an hour after he had been born.
Brain Weights of Various Animals Animal Average Brain Weight (grams) adult human 1,350 bottle-nosed dolphin 1,500 camel 762 chimpanzee 420 dog (beagle) 72 giraffe 680 jaguar 157 SOURCE.
ccoomm//wwaattcchhvv==MMHHGG2200vvJJBBss--w This Countryside Council for Wales video shows bottle-nosed dolphins off Cardigan Bay and they're in a feisty mood as the unsuspecting jelly fish they toss into the air could attest.
But in May 1958, Lilly presented a paper before the American Psychiatric Association in which he made "dramatic claims for the intelligence and linguistic abilities" of bottle-nosed dolphins.
From the looks of it, playing with the bottle-nosed dolphins was the bright spot in an otherwise hectic filming day.
Bottle-nosed dolphins are sometimes seen sporting cone-shaped sea sponges on their beaks.
The harbour has barely changed in decades - although nowadays it's the starting point for a boat trips across Cardigan Bay to see one of Britain's few schools of bottle-nosed dolphins.
A pod of 12 bottle-nosed dolphins was also recorded, plus another group of seven white-beaked dolphins.
Small family groups of up to six people are allowed into a huge pool which shelves from shallows to a depth of 50ft, and which is the playground for a pod of bottle-nosed dolphins.
Even now, he has no trouble finding bottle-nosed dolphins to watch.
Snorkelling with bottle-nosed dolphins in Western Australia is the most coveted experience (43 per cent) followed by a helicopter ride over Fox glacier in New Zealand (21 per cent) and sailing around the coast of Hawaii (16 per cent).