Recent Examples of dolphin from the Web
Or are the dolphins actually a bunch of bullying surf bros that the whales begrudgingly tolerate?
One of the biggest advancements inspired by marine mammals are flippers based on dolphin anatomy.
Then, Dustin teaches the next type of dolphin kick.
Guests swim in small groups and are asked not to splash or dive with the dolphins to avoid harassing the animals.
The other six dolphins haven’t been seen since early 1992, Waples wrote.
Scientists say dolphins used to visit the bay more frequently.
The terns and pelicans have gone to roost, and the dolphins no longer crisscross the water by the hundreds.
In 2015, a burst pipeline at Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County spewed 142,800 gallons of crude oil into the ocean and along the beach, coating 7 miles of beaches with crude oil and killing dolphins, birds and sea lions.
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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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