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.
Unique Risso’s Dolphin. They are also called “Grey dolphins” and fortunately they are not in danger of extinction.
Wild Pantropical Spotted Dolphins. This species are very skilled swimmers on both daylight or in the dark.
Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin behavior. Dolphins are very social animals that are organized in pods and maintain physical contact.