Dolphin Feeding

Dolphin Feeding

Since wild dolphins catch and eat their food underwater and research is expensive and often hard to do, most of the data regarding their feeding habits has come from analyzing the contents of the stomachs of dead animals that wash up on the beach.

Dolphin Evolution

Dolphin Evolution

There are many telling signs that the dolphin is related to terrestrial origins. The fact that they need to come to the surface of the water to get air is the most dominant factor.

Dolphin Predators

Dolphin Predators

Dolphins appear that they make a tasty meal for many predators. And why not? With an exceptionally high fat content, dolphin and other cetacean meat provides great nutrition for predators who stalk, or swim stalkingly, throughout the ocean.

Dolphin Physiology

Dolphin Physiology

Dolphins may look like fish, but they’re mammals that have adapted over the years to water. There are a number of differences caused by living in water instead of on land.

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