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Poster, Dolphins of the World (19 X 26)

Dolphins and porpoises are close relatives of whales and belong to the same order of marine mammals called cetaceans. Orcas, pilot whales, false killer whales, belugas and narwhals are all part of the group and are considered highly intelligent. While dolphins have longer beaks and porpoises have blunt snouts, both are found in most oceans of the world and some even live in rivers. These playful animals often travel in large cooperative pods, feeding and communicating with frequent clicks and squeaks. Dolphins are protected by law in many places but still need safeguarding from pollution, habitat degradation, fishing activities and other threats.

WYP-0707
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Poster, Dolphins of the World (19 X 26)
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Dolphins and porpoises are close relatives of whales and belong to the same order of marine mammals called cetaceans. Orcas, pilot whales, false killer whales, belugas and narwhals are all part of the group and are considered highly intelligent. While dolphins have longer beaks and porpoises have blunt snouts, both are found in most oceans of the world and some even live in rivers. These playful animals often travel in large cooperative pods, feeding and communicating with frequent clicks and squeaks. Dolphins are protected by law in many places but still need safeguarding from pollution, habitat degradation, fishing activities and other threats.

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