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bottle-nosed dolphin

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6 metres long -- of the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin.
Bottlenose dolphins operate in a "fission-fusion" society, meaning they live in groups that are fluid in numbers.
We report lobomycosis in a fisherman and lobomycosis-like disease in a bottlenose dolphin along the coast of Venezuela.
These data were used to determine the timing and magnitude of effort reduction in the spiny dogfish fishery for comparison with the frequency of bottlenose dolphin strandings.
When the dolphin was spotted by a SDWF research vessel it was swimming with a group of bottlenose dolphins.
The monitoring method proposed by the project will constitute the first long-term database on habitat use by the bottlenose dolphin and underwater noise pollution in the Portofino MPA.
Identifying bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) foraging habitat is critical for effective species conservation.
Another bottlenose dolphin was even less fortunate and earlier this year was killed in a tragic accident when struck by a boat propeller in Portsmouth Harbour.
It is rare for the Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphin to inhabit and breed in waters near a city area, they said.
The coloration is a perfect blend between the light gray of the bottlenose dolphin and black of the false killer whale.
Even early on in her infancy stages, the baby wholphin displays notable characteristics that she has inherited from both her false killer whale and Atlantic bottlenose dolphin lineage.
Another female bottlenose dolphin at Kamogawa Sea World is due to give birth in September to a calf conceived from artificial insemination, the official said.