3. A group of dolphins is called a pod.
A fluke is located on a dolphin’s back.
Dolphins have flippers instead of arms.
Male dolphins are called bulls.
Female dolphins are called cows.
A baby dolphin is called calf.
Dolphins live in a ocean.
Dolphins breathe through blowholes.
6. Where do Dolphins Live?
Dolphins are found living in bodies of water around the world. They are
found in all of the oceans, and they are a common attraction for people to
come see. Dolphins are known as being gentle creatures and there is a
type of mystic curiosity surrounding them too. Dolphins live in saltwater
but they can also live in freshwater locations.
So, to sum up :
-dolphins live in all oceans of the planet and even in some important
rivers. But they don’t live anywhere, there is a species for each
7. What do you think dolphins eat?
Dolphins spend plenty of time finding food daily. They can consume up to 30 pounds of fish per day as adults. In
addition to dining on fish, squid is popular.
Experts believe that the process of migrating is often connected with finding enough food. Dolphins will move long
distances in order to find enough food at various times. If they have enough food though where they reside and the
temperature of the water is also acceptable they aren’t going to migrate.
8. Are dolphins really smart?
If you were to step out into the street and ask the first ten people you see
whether or not they believed dolphins were creatures of intelligence, 8 of 10
would probably say yes. If you ask two scientists the exact same question, you
just may be opening up a debate that could last for hours. While most of us
outside the scientific realm know that dolphins do communicate with each
other and they’re one of the most playful animals in the universe. Consequently,
you may surprised to know that the dolphin brain is actually much larger than
the human brain.
9. Q: How did the dolphin get to the hospital?
A: In a clambulance.
12. Questions ???
1. What does a dolphin eat? And how many pounds?
Fish 30 Pounds
2. Name some of their habitats.
3. Name 3 kinds of dolphins.
4.What is located on a dolphin's back?
5. Define migrating.
6. Do you like dolphins? Why.