Blue Worldby Intacta Apartments Short term apartments rental in Zagreb, Croatia
The Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation through its three programmes - scientific, education and conservation - carries out several projects aimed at recording data about the life Recommended Features
- The Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation
- Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) from Veli Loinj, Croatia
- Continuation of the work of Adriatic Dolphin Project
Review on Blue WorldTursiops truncatus, commonly known as the Common Bottlenose Dolphin, is the most well-known species from the family Delphinidae.
Common bottlenose dolphins are the most familiar dolphins due to the wide exposure they receive in captivity in marine parks, dolphinarias, in movies, and television programs.
The Common Bottlenose Dolphins live in groups called pods that typically number about fifteen dolphins, but group size varies from solitary bottlenose dolphins up to groups of over 100 or even occasionally over 1000 animals.
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