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Bottlenose dolphin

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Size: 36x24in Bottlenose Dolphins, Caribbean Sea, near Roatan, HondurasWe have more Stuart Westmorland Posters. Choose from our catalog of over 500,000 posters!

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Happy Dolphin Awareness Month! These mammals are known for being super social, and great divers too! Infact, they can dive up to 1,000 feet!  They are dolphinately spectacular creatures, and something to celebrate!   #ProtectWhatYouLove #Animals #Dolphin

Happy Dolphin Awareness Month! These mammals are known for being super social, and great divers too! Infact, they can dive up to 1,000 feet! They are dolphinately spectacular creatures, and something to celebrate! #ProtectWhatYouLove #Animals #Dolphin

La genética tiene poca influencia en las diferencias entre los silbidos de los delfines, pero la ubicación y la demografía de la población juegan un importante papel Cada delfín nariz de botella o mular (Tursiops truncatus) tiene su propio y distintivo agudo silbido. Los mamíferos marinos utilizan estos silbidos para identificarse entre sí y para comunicarse y mantener vínculos. Incluso pueden imitar los silbidos de amigos cercanos y familiares.

La genética tiene poca influencia en las diferencias entre los silbidos de los delfines, pero la ubicación y la demografía de la población juegan un importante papel Cada delfín nariz de botella o mular (Tursiops truncatus) tiene su propio y distintivo agudo silbido. Los mamíferos marinos utilizan estos silbidos para identificarse entre sí y para comunicarse y mantener vínculos. Incluso pueden imitar los silbidos de amigos cercanos y familiares.

Tursiops aduncus - the Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphin. Until 1998, all bottlenose dolphins were considered members of the single species T. truncatus. In that year, the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin was recognized as a separate species. The Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin is generally smaller than the common bottlenose dolphin, has a proportionately longer rostrum & has spots on its belly & lower sides. It also has more teeth than the common bottlenose dolphin — 23 to 29 teeth on each side of

Tursiops aduncus - the Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphin. Until 1998, all bottlenose dolphins were considered members of the single species T. truncatus. In that year, the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin was recognized as a separate species. The Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin is generally smaller than the common bottlenose dolphin, has a proportionately longer rostrum & has spots on its belly & lower sides. It also has more teeth than the common bottlenose dolphin — 23 to 29 teeth on each…