What are the most common species of dolphins?
The most common dolphin is the bottlenose dolphin but some say the common dolphin just because of its name
Bottlenose Dolphins like "Flipper" are one of the most common- they are the ones you see in aquariums. there are many species of dolphin, maybe 33-39 (depending on where you find the information the number varies) there are also spinner dolphins, spotted dolphins Orca's are dolphins but are so big they are considered whales the rarest dolphins are river-dolphins dolphins that live in the Yangtzee River in China are also one of the most rarest…
There is no species called the "Eastern kangaroo". Many species of kangaroos occupy the eastern half of Australia, and this is the area most heavily populated by kangaroos.The Eastern Grey kangaroo is a species which is common, but not the most common. The Red kangaroo is the most common species in Australia.
It may be hard to believe but there are approximately 36 different species of dolphins. There are 32 marine dolphins which live in oceans and salt water habitats and there are 4 river dolphins. If you add in the 6 porpoise species then there are 42 species. Some species of dolphins are bottlenose, white beaked, black, dusky, and Atlantic white-sided.
The most common species of wombat is the Common wombat. There are three species of wombat. They are the Common wombat (Vombatus ursinus), the Northern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus krefftii) and the Southern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons).The Common wombat is most widespread in Australia, and the only species found in the island state of Tasmania.