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Bottlenose Dolphins By: Brendall O’Banon. Learned Behaviors Learns how squeak, whistle, and click Play with humans.

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1 Bottlenose Dolphins By: Brendall O’Banon

2 Learned Behaviors Learns how squeak, whistle, and click Play with humans

3 Inherited behaviors feet long pounds No hair Smooth Feels like rubber when you touch it

4 Adaptations Dark gray skin Bottle type nose Thick tail Can swim up to 10 miles per hour Nose is 3 in. long

5 Behavior adaptations Can jump 10 feet in the air 12 dolphins in a pod Hits predator with nose and tail

6 Ecosystem and Climate Pacific Ocean Near Australia, Northern Japan, Chile, and Southern California 50*F – 90*F Wet Warm

7 Diet Eats Squid, Fish, Shrimp, and Krill Carnivore Tiger Shark, Dusky Shark, and Killer Whale eat it. It is a predator and prey

8 Facts Sometimes it will hit the fish with its tail and kill it Eats 10 – 40 pounds of food per day 80 – 100 teeth

9 Interesting Facts Herding :To get food the pod will circle around a school of fish and take turns eating the fish Corraling : The pod will chase a school of fish to the shore line and trap the fish and take turns eating them. Male : Bulls Female : Cows Young : Calves

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