Ocean Series-Delphinidae

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Product Code:R8140S
Name:Delphinidae.
Order:Cetaceans
Diet:Carnivore
Habitat:Temperate, subtropical and tropical oceans.
Animal class:Mammal
Figure size:22,3cm x6,8cm x 6,5cm (l x w x h)
Real size:6,6-13,1 ft long
Weight:150-650 kg
Conservation status:Least Concern


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Features:a short and well-defined snout that looks like an old-fashioned gin bottle, fins and fluke.
Blowhole on the top of the head.
Did you know?
Common bottlenose dolphins live in groups called pods that typically number about 15 individuals? But group size varies from pairs of dolphins to over 100 or even occasionally over 1000 animals for short periods of time? They have bigger brains then humans have?
QUESTION: All dolphins search prey in a special way, What is it?
ANSWER: Dolphins search for prey primarily using echolocation, which is a form of sonar.
They emit clicking sounds and listen for the return echoes to determine the location
and shape of nearby items, including potential prey.

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