What ocean zone(s) do bottlenose dolphins live in? Most dolphins live in what is commonly called the "Sunlight zone", although there are different names associated with it. There are reports of dolphins diving to depths of 337m (1011ft), which would put them in the "Twilight zone". This means that they likely live in the upper zone and occasionly travel to the lower for food or other reasons.
no they live in the midnight zone
the surface zone
Sun light zone. 100ft
sunlight and upper twighlight
dolphins, sharks, whales and jellyfish are all examples of creatures that live in the sunlight zone.
Dolphins live in the sunlight zone. Their food tend to feed on plankton and krill, which are animals that depend on lots of sunlight to live. Also, dolphins are mammals and must breath air, so they tend to be within 50m of the surface at all times.
Dolphins live in the oceanic zone
No, Dolphins do not live in the Intertidal Zone.
yes it lives in that zone.
Well actually, they can go into the twilight zone, but most live in the sunlight zone.
They live in the sunlight zone
Yes, clown fish live in the "sunlight" zone.
It lives in the sunlight zone. It has been found diving into the twilight zone to hunt, but mostly it lives in the sunlight zone.
in the sunlight zone
yes the do live in a light zone
Dolphins live in the deep marine waters, not in tidal zones.
The most famous species of dolphin is the bottlenosed dolphin and lives in the coastal zone.
The zone that Killer Whales live in is called the Sunlight zone.
hour glass dolphins live in the twiligh zone in the north of Antarctica
Squirrel fish live in the sunlight zone