yes bottle-nosed dolphins are very intelligent.
Bottlenose Dolphins Feel smooth And Have Slippery Edges.
a der it'a like a NORMAL dolphins life climent
Yes, they hunt and eat fish.
They can jump more than 20 feet high.
Porpoises can't jump as high as dolphins because they don't have a long nose and their fin that is on top ain't as tall and not that rounded.
in warm tropical waters around the world.
blue the bottlenose dolfin is pnk
they could jump over a 10 foot high stickA dolphins regular jump is 5m above the water.The highest one has ever gone is 8 m above the water.
Yes bottlenosed dolphins are listed as threatened because of commercial fishing for other animals such as tuna fish
The bottlenosed dolphin are endangered because they eat salmon and humans eat salmon. The salmon is running out. Also bottlenosed dolphins are being illegally hunted for there meat
yes they are because they can jump high in the air!
if bottlenosed dolphins swim together,then the shortbeaked common dolphin may swim together so try looking in the same ocean a bottlenosed dolphin lives in.
Dolphins do have a strong tail with strong kick. That is showcased in many aquariums when they perform tail-walking above water or jumps.
yes, the bottlenosed dolphins are actually the only ones that have leaves on their back. this allows them to get food from sunlight when they cant catch food
They are not becoming extinct, in fact, they are quite abundant.
Dolphins do NOT lay eggs they give birth to live young and, like all mammals, they nurse their babies. 2nd Answer: Wait! It turns out the dolphins DO lay eggs in protected places on the ocean floor. No, this is not the cute bottlenosed dolphin like Flipper, but the dolphin fish. The marine mammal, bottlenosed dolphin, has young as stated in the first answer.
Bottle-Nosed Dolphins are ready to mate when they are about 15 years old. That does seem a little odd to a human but that is the time of life when the dolphin is ready to mate.
Sharks in the wild will sometimes attack and eat dolphins of the smaller size such as Hectors dolphins, White sided dolphins and baby dolphins But not even a great white shark could stand against a bottlenosed dolphin when it comes to protecting its young or even saving the life of a human being itself
It depends how many dolphins there are if there are three or more they usually win if there is only one or two dolphins then it usually depends on the size strength and smarts of the shark
Yes of course they are. They're sex-driven and killers. They don't save diver's they're just playing with their corpses.
Dolphins jump for MANY reasons, spinner dolphins for instince are very energetic and spin when they jump, they jump for fun, other dolphins may use this as a signal to other dolphins that they need help with catching sardines etc. Some dolphins jump because it is easy for them to look ahead when they are higher than the sea, they may use it for navigational purposes, sometimes just jump to express hapiness and their excitement, or they may jump because they are full of energy and want to play. Dolphins sometimes use it to communicate things to other dolphins, other times for hunting and some may jump for the sake of jumping. =)To breath or for people to see them.
They can jump in water.