The collective nouns are:a herd of porpoisesa pod of porpoisesa school of porpoisesa turmoil of porpoises
there is endangered dolphins porpoises and some sharks There are also many types of beautiful fish that they have yet to name. But they are trying to keep their environment clean so that the fish can live on
Yes porpoises have blowholes.
Yes, porpoises are mammals.
The difference in dolphins and porpoises is porpoises have a different bill than a dolphin.
None. There are no porpoises in Australian waters. Dolphins are plentiful, but not porpoises.
porpoises live for about 29yrs
No, porpoises do not live on reefs.
DDT may stay in the system of porpoises longer than with other animals because porpoises lact the necessary enzymes to break down this type of poison. The use of DDT as a pesticide has endangered many animals in the past, and is not longer being used in the United States.
Porpoises are very shy sea mammals.
No. Sharks are a type of fish. Porpoises are mammals.
No they are not although porpoises are related to whales and dolphins.
Porpoises are mammals and all mammals are ectothermic
Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises, by Mark Carwardine.
The collective nouns are a herd, a school or a pod of porpoises.
Yes both dolphins and porpoises use echolocation
Porpoises don't swim in Lake Michigan.
yes whale are related to porpoises and dolphins
Yes. Porpoises are just the same as (though slightly different) from a dolphin involving the head but there are some Porpoises in the Gulf of Mexico.
Yes, a porpoise is a mammal.
Dolphins and porpoises are different because dolphins have cone-like, triangular teeth, while porpoises have more flat teeth like the molars we have.
I have not found any evidence of telepathy in porpoises. they communicate by sonar like clicks
Many think of dolphins as these beautiful sweet creatures, but they do attack and kill porpoises. It has been documented with videos that they like to bully and hurt baby porpoises.
They are quite similar to dolphins but porpoises have flatten shape-shaped teeth, and short beaks.