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  • 1. Dolphins Cassandra
  • 2. This dolphin is gray on the back and lighter underneath.
  • 3. Dolphins are closely related to whales and porpoises.
  • 4. They are two kinds of dolphins.
  • 5. Dolphins are bottle nosed or command dolphins.
  • 6. Dolphins live in the ocean.
  • 7. Dolphins live in salt water.
  • 8. This dolphin is a marine dolphin.
  • 9. Dolphins signal each other by making whistles and clickand by slapping their tails on the water.
  • 10. Scientists are also trying to learn how dolphins use soundsto find objects they cannot see.