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bottle-nosed dolphin

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They identified 98 individual bottlenose dolphins and were able to define a distinct group of 28 that were resident throughout the year.
Northern bottlenose whales have a bulbous forehead with a protruding beak, like an exaggerated version of typical bottlenose dolphins.
A northern bottlenose whale, showing bulbous forehead and beak
The survey recorded 403 individual Indian Ocean humpback dolphins (Sousa plumbea), 693 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus), and 52 finless porpoises (Neophocaena phocaenoides).
Northern bottlenose whales have extremely bulbous heads with a protruding "bottle-shaped" beak similar to that of a bottlenose dolphin but are much larger than their dolphin counterpart.
In January last year, at least 17 injured bottlenose dolphins were found beached in the coastal areas of the Lingayen Gulf from Alaminos City in Pangasinan to Aringay town in La Union.
Volunteer photographer Ken Barnett had an epic early-morning shift at Strumble Head on Sunday morning, with three species of cetacean, including harbour porpoise, Risso's dolphins and bottlenose dolphins.
In contrast to control populations, we found that Gulf of Mexico bottlenose dolphins were particularly susceptible to late term pregnancy failures, signs of fetal distress and development of in utero infections including brucellosis, said Dr.
Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus, hereafter bottlenose dolphins) are known to inhabit both pelagic waters and coastal regions, including bays and tidal creeks (Leatherwood et al.
The playful bottlenose dolphins live in the Moray Firth.
A group of bottlenose dolphins worked up quite an appetite hunting in Scotland's Moray Firth.
In a rare case fishermen safely released a common bottlenose dolphin which was found entangled in tuna gillnet in offshore waters about 100 kilometers (km) south of Kund Malir along Balochistan coast.