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Across all institutions, data will be gathered on 290 common and Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins, 20 beluga whales, and eight Pacific white-sided dolphins.
The team collaborated with scientists from Russia and the Netherlands to look for this effect in a bottlenose dolphin, a harbor porpoise, and a beluga whale, in addition to extending the study on the false killer whale.
With this story, New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe begins a new trilogy inspired by her three years working with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and autistic children.
In a first, marine biologists have discovered that some of the Gulf’s common bottlenose dolphins have a knack for decapitating native marine catfish.
Take a boat tour to encounter silvery bottlenose dolphins for an instant hit with the kid.
For the next month, biologists, veterinarians, technicians and four female U.S. Navy bottlenose dolphins from San Diego are slated to participate in this expedition aimed at locating Mexico’s few remaining vaquita porpoises.
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