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Dolphins are members of the Odontoceti, a suborder of cetaceans - that is, all whales, dolphins and porpoises - that means "toothed whales." There are approximately 40 species of dolphins and all are carnivores, primarily subsisting on fish and cephalopods.

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Some interesting facts about dolphins are that they belong to the order Cetacea, are mammals that can live in either saltwater or freshwater environments, depending on the species, and have very good hearing and vision. Dolphins are intelligent creatures that also use e...

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Dolphins are very smart and playful animals. Although they live in the water, dolphins are mammals just like humans and need air to breathe, which they do out of a blowhole on the top of their heads. In fact, dolphins can only stay underwater for 15 minutes at a time.

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Dolphins are mammals found in the sea and are part of the toothed whale family. They are grey with backs that are darker than the rest of their bodies.

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Dolphins have great vision, although they can only see limited colors. They live in the water, but they do not drink from it. Instead, they get any necessary moisture from the food they eat.

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One interesting fact about dolphins is that they use many unique ways to communicate with one another. They also use high-frequency clicking sounds to investigate their surroundings.

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The Delphinidae family contains 36 species of dolphins, including killer whales. Dolphins travel in groups called pods and use echolocation to navigate the ocean. They communicate with one another using distinct whistles, clicks, grunts, moans and other sounds.