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Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
Animal  Study    Jason
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Animal Study Jason

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  • 1. Spotted Dolphin
    By Jason Shinn
  • 2. Habitat
    Spotted dolphins live in schools that can have up to one-hundred members. Spotted dolphins live in warm seas.
  • 3. Habitat 2
    Spotted dolphins are often seen with other dolphins.
  • 4. Diet
    Spotted dolphin eat fish , squid and crabs. Nursing females tend to eat more squid.
  • 5. Diet 2
    Females tend to eat more fish.
  • 6. Interesting facts
    Spotted dolphins send out a sound called echolocation. (Humans can’t hear it.)
  • 7. Appearance
    Humans swim slowly because they have hair on their bodies. Spotted dolphins barely have hair so they swim fast.
  • 8. Appearance 2
    Spotted dolphins’ name come from their spots. When spotted dolphins are born they have no spots.
  • 9. Appearance 3
    Spotted dolphin have a white tipped beak. Spotted dolphins have a gray back.
  • 10. Appearance 4
    Spotted dolphins also have a thin, long beak.
  • 11. Life cycle
    Mating season is year round for spotted dolphins. Female spotted dolphins have 2 to 3 years for breeding.
  • 12. Conservation
    Spotted dolphins are endangered because fishermen accidentally catch spotted dolphins instead of fish. Some people really try hard to save spotted dolphins.
  • 13. Conservation 2
    Yellow fin tuna and spotted dolphins travel together. Now fishermen practice dolphin safe fishing.
  • 14. Prevost, spotted dolphins,1996
    Murray, spotted dolphins, 2003
    www.arkive.org/
    www.nationalgeographic.com
    Where I got the facts

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