Answer:


While bottlenose dolphins do not migrate in the summer, they move to different locations due to the change in water temperatures, which cause their common prey to move from one place to another.

In summer bottlenose dolphins do not have a particular place to go, they tend to travel and move around for food back and forth.

However, it is important to mention that dolphins travel a lot looking for food, covering sometimes more than 4,000 km in a month.