Advanced Brain Power
Dolphins have the second-largest brain-to-body ratio, showcasing their intelligence.
Unique Communication System
Using clicks, whistles, and body movements, each dolphin has a distinct 'name'.
Skilled Hunters with Echolocation
Their 'biological sonar' allows precise hunting, even in murky waters.
Dolphins are agile swimmers, reaching 20 mph! They can also dive as deep as 1,000 feet in the ocean.
Complex Social Structures
Living in pods, they showcase empathy, cooperation, and team problem-solving.
A Lifelong Learning Experience
Dolphin calves remain with mothers for years, acquiring vital skills and insights into dolphin life.
Dolphins grace oceans from the tropical Caribbean to chilly Arctic, showcasing their incredible adaptability.
The Power of Sleep
They shut down half their brain to rest, ensuring vigilance and continuous breathing.
Dolphin's Smile Deception
Their natural 'smile' doesn't always mean they're happy. It's about behavior, not just looks
Pollution, net captures, and habitat destruction threaten many species. Conservation is key!
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