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bottle-nosed dolphin

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Bottlenose dolphins can be divided into two population types - nearshore and offshore - with very little interaction between the two.
Dead bottlenose dolphins were also washed ashore near Bahrain Fort in Karranah and Juffair in November.
She said the survey was conducted in partnership with the Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute in Spain, using the latest technologies to ensure that the conservation programme as a whole is being implemented within international standards.
Bottlenose dolphins are a common sight in Cardigan Bay where they feed and rear their young.
5m long when fully grown and are dwarfed by their larger cousins, the bottlenose dolphin.
We report a unique morbillivirus that caused documented systemic infection in a bottlenose dolphin from the eastern North Atlantic Ocean.
He also highlighted the example of two bottlenose dolphins named Allie and Bailey.
This amazing underwater footage captures the moment a bottlenose dolphin was saved by a diver in Hawaii, after it got caught in a fishing line.
Cardigan Bay is home to one of only two semi resident populations of bottlenose dolphins in the UK so it was great to see them.
Bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is one of only very few species which can invent or copy noises.
An orphaned bottlenose dolphin calf spent three months at Mote's Dolphin and Whale Hospital earlier this year, recuperating after stranding on a sandbar.