Sharks, killer whales and humans are the primary eaters of dolphins. Dolphins are near the top of the food chain and employ many defensive strategies, so they are not often eaten by predators. More »

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Yes, some people do eat dolphin. According to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, dolphin meat is sold in Japan. However, it is often mislabeled as whale meat, and it is "almost always contaminated" with environmental... More »

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Sharks eat dolphins. Because dolphins form protective circles around the weakest members of their pods and mount attacks against any threats, only the largest sharks attempt to eat dolphins. More »

Generally, killer whales will not eat polar bears, but because they can be opportunistic eaters, if a polar bear presents itself as food the whale may eat it. However, the two animals typically leave each other alone. More »

Sharks, killer whales and tuna are the main eaters of the dumbo octopus. Since it spends much of its life at depths ranging from 1,300 feet to more than 20,000 feet, the octopus does not have many predators. More »

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Bottlenose dolphins are occasionally preyed upon by large sharks and killer whales. They are common members of the family Delphinidae, or oceanic dolphins, and live worldwide in tropical and temperate waters. Two species... More »

Although dolphins are apex predators, they are sometimes eaten by sharks and killer whales; however, their primary predator is mankind. Dolphin pods attack sharks on sight, circling protectively around the weakest member... More »

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