Like humans, dolphins have multiple layers of skin. However, a dolphin’s skin is anywhere from 10 to 20 times thicker than human skin. Their old skin cells flake off, revealing a new outer layer of skin every couple of hours.
A dolphin’s skin has a rubbery feel. They have no hair and no sweat glands. A streamlined body shape makes them well-suited for moving through the water without much friction.Learn more about Marine Life