Dolphins are the sharks natural enemy
yes they are
people, porpoises, and dolphins
they only have one enemy
killer whales are known to be dolphins only enemy
Japanese, Sharks and fishing nets
A circle of dolphins could represent a few things, including the dolphins trying to scare away their enemy. A circle of kissing dolphins symbolizes peace and love.
that means that they are trying to scare away their enemy.
The dolphin's worst enemy is the shark, but humans are slowly turning into the shark's worst enemy. Thousands of dolphins die every day in fishing nets.
Dolphins have been trained to do various things such as locating enemy combatants for the navy and rescue lost naval swimmers(military dolphins). They are also trained to have babies................
a bottlenose dolphins, killer whales, and other sharks
A dolphins biggest enemy is humans. they can get hit by boats and stuff
It seems to be dolphins, and in some cases, other sharks.
Killer whales eat white sided dolphins as well as sharks. Humans are an enemy of dolphins
Yes they do sharks,dolphins,& its most feared enemy DRAGON FISH!
A dolphin defends himself by attacking the enemy with its tail and bashing the enemy in the head with the nose (mouth) which is extremely hard as bedrock.
Dolphins are carnivores. This means that many of the animals living in the ocean with a dolphin may become prey. The only enemy of dolphins is sharks.
Dolphins are any sharks enemy if you are with a dolphin you are less likely to be attacked by a shark because the dolphins will fight the shark to keep you safe
Dolphins and humans. Dolphins can actually fend sharks off, and even kill them. Humans hunt sharks, and pollute the water which kills all sea animals, including sharks.
People are the largest of enemies for the shark. Porpoises & dolphins are also known to attack or kill sharks.
polar bears and dolphins aren't enemies they live in 2 different places on the globe...
They are both very smart creatures, so not many things can be an enemy for them. Except humans. Though, sharks like to see dolphins as prey, but dolphins usually swim in schools, of large numbers so sometimes sharks would rather scavenge on a dead, or injured dolphin.
Dolphins are capable of defending itself in a group against preditors, but if alone I would say a group of sharks.
They fight off enemies by using there snouts to poke the enemy until it drowns or runs away.