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Her dark green silks bear the images of two jumping dolphins.
With medical clearance, the dolphins were released into the waters of West Dennis Beach.
As Gearty tells Geggel, there are also smaller species of seals and many species of dolphins that don’t reach 1,000 pounds.
It is known for unconventional treatments such as swimming with dolphins and social events where veterans mix with children.
There's lots to do in Cozumel: an island tour, swimming with dolphins, archaeological sites, tequila factory and mescal bars, a 45-minute ferry ride to the mainland.
Out front was a fountain with life-size statues of dolphins.
Terrestrial species like primates and rodents have been known to commit infanticide, and the behavior has been infrequently observed among dolphins.
In Barataria Bay, salinity levels greater than eight parts per thousand were found to be critical for suitable dolphin habitat.
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Origin and Etymology of dolphin
DOLPHIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dolphin for English Language Learners
: a small usually gray whale that has a pointed nose
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