Dolphins1 Essay

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Dolphins1



Dolphins are playful and cleverness make them fascinating to watch .
Dolphins are not fish they are mammals that live in the sea . They have to come
to the top of the water every half minute , so they can breathe . But dolphins can
stay under the water for six or seven minutes ,if he holds his breath . The dolphin
breathes in his head because he has a blow hole in his head that allows him to
breathe . Dolphins have a lot of teeth to help them
eat. Each dolphin has almost one hundred teeth in his mouth all the same size and
shape . The only work the teeths have is catching food , but not chewing it. First
the dolphin catches a fish then he swallows it .

A dolphin has a good eye . But sometimes he can't see very well in the water
because is so full of shadows , and mud , and plantsthat grow at he bottom .
The dolphin uses his ears so much it is hard to see his hears . They are located in
the sides of his heads and are two tiny pin holes . The dolphin can hear very
well . A dolphin sleeps a foot or two below the top of the water . He takes little
naps every half minute or so he moves his tail up and down .This brings him up
for a breath of air . Then he drifts down and sleeps some more . Some dolphins
stay together they play and learn and grow up . One reason they stay together is
the enemies in the sea . The Shark is their enemy and so is the Killer Whale .If
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