A cetacean of the genus Delphinus and allied genera (esp. Delphinus delphis); the true dolphin.
A permanent fender around a heavy boat just below the gunwale.
A small constellation between Aquila and Pegasus. See Delphinus, n., 2.
'Small', toothed cetaceans numbering about 45 species, the largest of which is the orca (killer whale).
a whale with a long beak, but smaller
Smaller cetaceans with conical teeth and usually a pointed dorsal fin contained in several families within the order Cetacea.
any of various small toothed whales with a beaklike snout; larger than porpoises
a mammal and as such needs fresh water, which it gets from the fish it eats by swallowing them whole, using its teeth merely for gripping
a mammal that breathes through its lungs
a marine mammal that has a long nose and many teeth
a marine mammal with a long nose and teeth
an aquatic mammal of the order Cetacea , which also includes the whales and porpoises
a small, toothed whale, a marine mammal
a whale is a cetacean
Ocean mammals who are forced to swim with New Agers.
A move starting on the back, with a Front Somersault, landing again on the back; more commonly known as a "Bounce-Roll", and less commonly as a "Porpoise".
A relatively small cetacean with (usually) a curved dorsal fin; also used interchangably with ' porpoise' as a general term.
A common term used to describe smaller toothed whales with conical teeth. There is also a dolphin fish better known as Mahi-Mahi or dorado. See dolphins vs porpoises exhibit.
any of a group of animals of the whale kind belonging to the family Delphinidae, about 2.4 to 3m long, with a beak-like snout, unacquainted in any way with Niklaus Wirth.
Dolphins are warm blooded, air-breathing mammals with communication skills and social style. They wear a perpetual smile and playfully frolic alongside fast moving boats. See them from our shores or by boat from Pensacola to the Florida Keys. The dolphin is the state saltwater mammal.
Relatively small cetacean in any of several different families, with conical-shaped teeth and (usually) a falcate dorsal fin; as a general term, may be used interchangeably with "porpoise".
Dolphins are small cetaceans that have a long, beaklike snout, a falcate (sickle-shaped) dorsal fin, and conical teeth. They are Odontoceti (toothed whales).
Dolphins are aquatic mammals that are closely related to whales and porpoises. There are almost forty species of dolphin in seventeen genera. They vary in size from 1.2 m (4 ft) and 40 kg (88 lb) (Maui's Dolphin), up to 9.5 m (30 ft) and ten tonnes (the Orca).
A Dolphin is a man-made marine structure that extends above the water level and is not connected to shore.