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Dolphins are a marine creature. Common Name is a dolphin and there are two species discussed. Spotted and spinner dolphins have a special bond with big tuna and most of the times these two species were found jointly but with the advent of plastic nets in the 1960s they were separated. Dolphins were dying as a result of tuna fishery then the public forced the fisherman to change their nets so that big dolphins can easily escape.
Common Name is Spotted Dolphin Scientific Name Stenella attenuata and
Common Name is Spinner Dolphin Scientific Name is Stenella longirostris
Species- Delphinus delphis
Physical and Psychological characteristics
Dolphins look like fish, with smooth, hairless bodies. Their dominant, horizontal flukes, or tail fins, propel them in or out of the water, whereas their fore fins and dorsal fin are used for navigation. A layer of blubber guards them from cold and close small wounds. Dolphins inhale air through a sole, dorsal blowhole. Dolphin’s intelligence, liveliness, and kindliness, its integral smile and good looking eyes have been a basis of interest and attraction to human beings from most primitive times. Nowadays they are valued and exploited as entertainers in more than forty water shows around the world.
Spotted Dolphin and Spinner Dolphin. Retrieved from http://podcast.eol.org/podcast
Seaworld: Bottlenose Dolphins Scientific Classification. Retrieved from seaworld.org/en/animal-info/animal...dolphins/scientific-classification/
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