Bottlenose dolphin

Bottlenose dolphin

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Caption: Bottlenose dolphin. Close-up of a bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) breaking the surface. The bottlenose dolphin can reach a length of four metres, although females are smaller than males. They are highly intelligent, and in the wild they work in teams, plan hunting strategies and have an intricate social system. In captivity, their intelligence allows them to easily learn tricks and games. Photographed off the coast of Scotland, UK.

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Keywords: animal, animals, aquatic, biological, biology, bottlenose dolphin, breaking, britain, british, cetacea, cetacean, europe, european, fauna, mammal, mammals, nature, scotland, scottish, surface, tursiops truncatus, uk, united kingdom, water, wildlife, zoological, zoology

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