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Q: How many offspring do bottlenose dolphins have at a time?
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How many babies does bottlenose dolphins give birth to?

Usually only one at a time. Twins are rare but happens.


How many offspring does striped dolphin have?

A dolphins gestation time is 11 months approxmatly


Why do tourists have a hard time telling the bottlenose dolphins from the harbor porpoises?

because they're dum


How many offspring do striped dolphins have at a time?

they can have up to 4 or 5. It depends on how healthy they are. youre welcome.


Where are bottlenose dolphins endangered?

There is a small population in a bay near Scotland that is declining, but as a species there is no threat to them at this time.


How many babies can bottlenose dolphins have?

Normally only one at a time. Dolphins virtually never have twins, they nurse their calves anywhere from 3 to 10 years. Since a female dolphin can live to be late 40's, she may have many young throughout her lifetime.


How much does a bottlenose dolphin eat?

Bottlenose dolphins eat approximately 4% to 5% of their body weight in food per day, meaning they spend a great deal of time searching for food and feeding.


How does a bottlenose dolphin get its food?

Bottlenose dolphins appear to sometimes work in groups to herd and catch fish and other prey. They organise themselves in wide groups, rather than concentrated groups. Herding may involve the group circling the smaller fish whilst one dolphin at a time takes its turn to go in and feed, or it may involve herding them up onto a sandbank or reef. Sometimes, a couple of the dolphins in the group, or pod, will dive beneath a school of fish, virtually pushing them upward to the rest of the dolphins waiting to feed. They have even been observed hitting the fish with their tails to temporarily stun them. Bottlenose dolphins will not eat all the resources in one area, but always leave some and move on to new feeding grounds. Bottlenose dolphins eat many kinds of fish, squid, shrimp and small rays and sharks.


How many babies do Bottlenose Dolphins usually have?

They are mainly one at a time, and it is actually rare for a dolphin to give birth to multiple dolphins. But, in an average lifetime, they give birth from 1 to 17 in their lifetime. Hope this helps!


Do dolphins hunt in pods?

Bottlenose dolphins appear to sometimes work in groups to herd and catch fish and other prey. They organise themselves in wide groups, rather than concentrated groups. Herding may involve the group circling the smaller fish whilst one dolphin at a time takes its turn to go in and feed, or it may involve herding them up onto a sandbank or reef. Sometimes, a couple of the dolphins in the group, or pod, will dive beneath a school of fish, virtually pushing them upward to the rest of the dolphins waiting to feed. They have even been observed hitting the fish with their tails to temporarily stun them.Bottlenose dolphins will not eat all the resources in one area, but always leave some and move on to new feeding grounds.Bottlenose dolphins eat many kinds of fish, squid, shrimp and small rays and sharks. ~Quoted from the answer to a similar question: "How does a bottlenose dolphin get its food?"


How is the bottlenose dolphins habitat being affected by pollution?

sometimes dolphins get caught in fisherman's nets and they die but most of the time they either get choked by pollution floating in the water or the eat something metal or plastic so they get sick and die


How many babies does a bottlenose produce at one time?

1one


How many calf's does a female Bottlenose Dolphin have?

One at a time


How many offspring does a parrot have at a time?

offspring of parrot


How many offspring can a jellyfish have at one time?

Jellyfish have thousands of offspring at one time.


How many offspring does the Okapi have?

The Okapi only have one offspring at a time.


How many offspring does a elephant have at a time?

1 offspring at a time, with an approximate gestation period of 2 years.


How many offspring can a SPINNER dolphin give birth to at one time?

How many offspring can a spinner dolphin give birth to at one time?


Do bottlenose have structural adaptation?

yes they do because millions of yrs ago they had the form of a "dog" like creature and since they spent so much time in the water they adapted to dolphins and so they can still adapt now.


How do bottlenose dolphin sleep?

half of a dolphins brain sleeps at a time while the other half tells them while to come back up to breathe


How is a Bottlenose Dolphin adapted to its habitat?

dolphins suit there habitat because they can swim fast and they have the blubber to help them live underwaterBottlenose dolphins are the most well known because they are the ones most commonly used in films and marine life acts. Some of their adaptations include echolocation for finding food and navigating through their surroundings. Also, females help each other when it is time to give birth and other females watch over and protect the newborn and it's mother.


Why do lions have fewer offspring then fish?

Yes they have a lot of fewer offspring. Fish have many many many many babies at a time. They can have 20 or 30 or maybe more at a time. It is very weird but interesting


How many dolphins can be born at the same time?

2


How many baby dolphins are born at a time?

1


How many praying mantis offspring are born at one time?

A praying mantis can have up to 300 offspring.