Recent Examples of dolphin from the Web
Rounding out the top ten on the roads are plates about protecting manatees, dolphins and panthers and supporting the Army and Marine Corps.
Chris Beaugez of Ocean Springs, Miss., posted video of a dolphin off the coast of Biloxi Tuesday (Dec. 26) and it was quickly watched by thousands of people, a Gulfport television station reports.
Trainer Antivia gave a strict, if encouraging, lesson to our group of six on manners with dolphins.
Dealing With Death Accounts of death rituals have been written for a variety of animals, including elephants, primates, dolphins, and birds such as ravens.
By contrast, squishier, fleshier animals, like octopi and squid, tend to absorb those echoes, or at least mute them, making them harder to track for whales and dolphins.
For instance, the Navy trains dolphins to detect underwater mines. The Army Research Office studies life sciences to find new ways to better soldier protection and performance.
The Winners took in a show, watched sleek gray dolphins leap in unison, their sweet-sounding squeals elicited on command.
The dolphins swirled beneath and around us, in an elaborate, choreographed dance.
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Origin and Etymology of dolphin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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