you describe a dolphin by it's pointy nose and by knowing where the blow hole is which is right on the top of there head.
Nouns are not describing words, adjectives are the words that describe nouns. The word dolphin is a noun.Some adjectives that describe the noun dolphins:wildaquaticintelligentgracefulacrobaticpowerfulcarnivorous
3 adgetives that describe dolphin
Bottle nose, fins, tongue
a dolphin looks like a shark except it is much more friendly and has a blow hole from kelvin
"Dolphin" is just the overall term used to describe that type of species of marine mammal. A female dolphin is actually called a "cow" and a male dolphin is called a "bull" much like cows. A baby dolphin is called a "calf" or "calves" for multiples babies.
Dolphin is derived from the the Greek word for dolphin, dolphis, which was derived from the Greek word for womb, delphus. The animals name can then be translated as meaning "a 'fish' with a womb." Of course, we are talking about a marine mammal and not a fish.
These problems are concerned with speed and distance.One example of a velocity word problem could be; "If a dolphin swims at 2.6 miles per hour, how far will it have traveled in 40 minutes?".
because you have the big fine that's a dolphin like this a big strong dolphin its my favcourite dolphin everlike that what ive down for you bye from tiegan Tavemer Dont listen to this idiot above me how you would describe it is that it has some black and grey the black is on its tail and flippers and the grey on the face and the rest of the body
Yes, because fish are used in training captive dolphins as a positive reinforcement for performing the correct task.