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bottle-nosed dolphin

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Dolphin Survey' conducted by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) estimated that 701 Indian Ocean humpback dolphins and 1,834 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins inhabit Abu Dhabi's coastal waters.
Encounter, any instance in which at least one bottlenose dolphin was observed within 50 meters of any type and number of ORU;
Dead bottlenose dolphins were also washed ashore near Bahrain Fort in Karranah and Juffair in November.
Bottlenose dolphins are a common sight in Cardigan Bay where they feed and rear their young.
We describe a systemic morbillivirus infection in a bottlenose dolphin in the Canary Islands.
These porpoise were photographed off Anglesey Spectacular: Bottlenose dolphins Rare visitor: A Minke whale
Bottlenose dolphins operate in a "fission-fusion" society, meaning they live in groups that are fluid in numbers.
An orphaned bottlenose dolphin calf spent three months at Mote's Dolphin and Whale Hospital earlier this year, recuperating after stranding on a sandbar.
Among the topics are heavy metals in dolphins from the northern Adriatic Sea and potential subtle toxic effects, molecular approaches to deciphering dolphin's genetic information, the Mediterranean common bottlenose dolphin's repertoire and communication use, the use and function of distinctive whistle-like signals in the bottlenose dolphin, traditional uses and conservation of dolphins in Brazil, differences between solitary and group time budget in estuarine dolphins (Sotalia guianesis) in northeastern Brazil, and whether affiliative body contact repairs relationships among bottlenose dolphins.
The latest example is bottlenose dolphin ( Tursiops truncatus), an endangered species.