bottlenose dolphin


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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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Bruno Diaz Lopez, the chief biologist and Director of The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute (BDRI) in Spain, said the findings have evoked scientific interest worldwide.
In January last year, at least 17 injured bottlenose dolphins were found beached in the coastal areas of the Lingayen Gulf from Alaminos City in Pangasinan to Aringay town in La Union.
Constantine (2002) also observed a decrease in bottlenose dolphin resting behavior when swimmers approached them in the wild.
As someone who has spent a lot of time in the coastal waters of Florida, in the United States, I've always enjoyed seeing bottlenose dolphins up close in the wild.
In the latest incident, the carcass of a bottlenose dolphin has been rotting away near Bahrain Bay for weeks.
SAUCY bottlenose dolphins have been spotted getting up to no good in Welsh waters.
On July 18, 2005, a juvenile female bottlenose dolphin was stranded alive in Arrieta, Lanzarote (Canary Islands, Spain).
This amazing underwater footage captures the moment a bottlenose dolphin was saved by a diver in Hawaii, after it got caught in a fishing line.
Bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) predation on a marine fin fish farm: some underwater observations.
Cardigan Bay is home to one of only two semi resident populations of bottlenose dolphins in the UK so it was great to see them.
London, Feb 29 ( ANI ): Bottlenose dolphins have whistles that they use to exclusively greet other members of their species, say marine biologists.
The bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is commonly found along coastal and offshore waters, making this species one of the best studied marine mammals in the United States (Wells & Scott, 2002).