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Thursday, 26 June 2014

Facts about Dolphins


What is a Dolphin?
A Dolphin is part of the Whale family.
A Dolphin is a mammal and it is blue.

What it looks like?
Most species have grey skin tones, although there are a few with black stripes, spots or even huge parts like the killer Whale. Dolphins have a large fin at the top which helps them for balance and direction.

Where it lives?
A Dolphin is found at the ocean and lives at the in ocean.

What it does?
Some Dolphins eat fishes like herring, cod or mackerel, some others eat squids.