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Fisher even saw whales and dolphins on the boat from Santa Barbara to the islands.
And Dolphins coach Nick Saban would’ve been far more apt to stick around.
Our first decade going to St. George was full of days at the beach, collecting sea shells, learning to ride bikes on the private bike paths, eating fresh seafood at home, and watching the dolphins play in the water.
The potential of Cutler that tantalizes the most optimistic of Dolphins fans today had been depleted here.
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill left practice Thursday after sustaining one of those scary noncontact knee injuries while scrambling to his right.
There are protected marine reserves to explore and abundant sea life to witness, from dolphins to brightly colored fish.
Elaine Thompson Associated Press Orcas: Common and unique Orcas really are an oceanic dolphin, not whales, and are found in every ocean.
Lots of dolphin were biting anywhere from 80-1,200 feet.
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Origin and Etymology of dolphin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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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