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ClassificationCommon name: Bottle-nosed dolphinScientific name: Tursiops truncatusKingdom: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataClass: MammaliaOrder: CetaceaFamily: DelphinidaeGenus: TursiopsSpecies: truncatus

Bottle nosed dolphin

Miscellaneous FactsLive in large groups called herdsHave a thick layer of blubber that keeps them warmCan hold their breathe for up to seven minutesHave technique called echolocation to help them find food or navigateCan grow up to 2.8 meters

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Shared ResourcesThe Bottle nose dolphin can be found in the temperate and tropical waters of Japan, Australia and Chile. They live there along with many animals including the fish, sharks, squid, Killer whales and Orca. The Bottle nose dolphin has to watch out for its predators including the great white Sharks, Tiger sharks, Bull sharks Killer whales and Orca.

Ecosystems Some of the prey of the Bottle nose dolphin are fish, squid, crab and shrimps. The Bottle nose dolphin shares food and water with different animals. The Bottle nose dolphin shares shrimp with flamingo, octopi, squid and cuttle fish. While the Bottle nose dolphin uses squid for food, sharks use it for food also. The Bottle nose dolphin also shares the fish with pikes. The mackerel uses it for food also.

BibliographyScientific classification accessed 11/17/15 Seaworld.orgWhat eats a bottle nosed dolphin accessed 11/17/15 Allaboutwildlife.comBottle nose dolphin accessed 11/17/15 Answers.comWhat animals eat fish accessed 11/18/15 Ask.comBottle nose dolphin accessed 11/18/15 Animalfactguide.comwaterfowl photos – geese sulons mallards pelicans and seagulls accessed 11/20/15 accessed 11/20/15 pharmanutrientsbc.comBottle nose dolphin accessed 11/20/15 animalfactguide.comDolphin facts main accessed 12/15/15

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