a bottlenose dolphin that lives in temperate and
tropical waters throughout the world. Some dolphins
migrate south to warmer waters in the winter.
A bottlenose dolphin's sense of touch is well
developed as well as enhanced vision in dim light.
Dolphins have a well-developed sense of hearing
that takes place in their lower jaw. Dolphins
are air-breathing mammals, not fish. There is
a fish called a dolphin that people eat. Bottlenose
dolphins live in groups called pods.
Echolocation is an ability that
Dolphins (and some other marine mammals and most
bats) have that help them to "see" with
their ears by listening for echoes. They echolocate
by producing clicking sounds and then receiving
and interpreting the resulting echo.
*When you see dolphin on the
menu, don't worry. It's not a relative of flipper.
It is the dolphin the fish or mahi mahi.