Can a dolphin live on land?
well the answer is no eventhough they have lungs they still cannot live on land but they can only stay under-water for twelve seconds which is why they always leap out of the water
Well technically, a dolphin lives in water. So therefore, needs water to survive. I highly dout that any type of dolphin could live on land or anywhere else without it's primary land source--- water. Dolphins, swim, grow, play, hunt, live, eat, jump just about everything in water. Hope this helps! :)
Pekapeka, two species of bat (short-tailed bat and long tailed bat) are the only species of land mammal native to New Zealand. However there are a sea mammals that live around New Zealand. Bottlenose dolphins Hector's dolphins Maui's dolphin - a sub species of Hector's dolphin Common dolphins Dusky dolphins Orca - Killer Whale And the occasional sighting of Fraser's dolphin Risso's dolphin Rough-toothed dolphin Striped dolphin Hourglass dolphin Spectacled porpoise Southern right whale dolphin.
dolphins live in water Dolphins live in all oceans of the planet and even in some important rivers. While not all species of dolphins live everywhere, there is a species for each environment. Specifically one of the best known species, the bottlenose dolphin lives in every ocean of the world except the Arctic and the Antarctic oceans. The Atlantic spotted dolphin, lives all over the tropical and temperate areas of the Atlantic Ocean avoiding the…