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https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/bottlenose-dolphin/

Thought to be some of the smartest animals on Earth, bottlenose dolphins send ... amazing facts about these amazing creatures with National Geographic Kids.

https://www.natgeokids.com/nz/discover/animals/sea-life/dolphins/

Take a deep breath, gang, and join NG Kids as we learn ten fab facts about one seriously splash-tastic sea creature – in our bottlenose dolphin facts!

https://animalfactguide.com/animal-facts/bottlenose-dolphin/

Aug 24, 2014 ... Bottlenose dolphins are great swimmers. They start swimming in their mother's womb before they're even born! Learn more dolphin facts at ...

https://study.com/academy/lesson/bottlenose-dolphin-facts-lesson-for-kids.html

This lesson will teach you about the graceful, intelligent bottlenose dolphin! Learn where they live, how they hunt, and how they use their large...

https://kids.kiddle.co/Bottlenose_dolphin

Nov 21, 2019 ... A bottlenose dolphin is a kind of dolphin. The name "bottlenose" comes from its snout being shaped like a bottle, although its real nose for ...

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/dolphin.html

Dolphins are carnivores (meat eaters). The Killer Whale (also known as Orca) is actually a type of dolphin. Bottlenose dolphins are the most common and well ...

https://dolphins.org/kids_dolphin_facts

Bottlenose dolphins have 72-104 teeth. They only get one set of teeth for life! Dolphins do not use their teeth to chew, instead they use their teeth to catch their  ...

https://answersingenesis.org/kids/sea-animals/bottlenose-dolphin/

Aug 20, 2007 ... The name “bottlenose” comes from this dolphin's elongated upper and lower ... With fun facts about more than 100 animals, this long-awaited ...

https://www.dolphinaris.com/23-fun-facts-about-bottlenose-dolphins-that-will-astonish-you/

Do you want to learn everything you can about them? Well we've prepared the ULTIMATE guide to bottlenose dolphin fun facts. In fact, our guide has more facts  ...

http://kids.nceas.ucsb.edu/mmp/bottlenose.html

Bottlenose dolphins have been known to interact with humans. A bottlenose dolphin that was named Percy resided off the coast of ...