Question: What is dolphin ecosystem?

Bottlenose dolphins are found in temperate and tropical waters around the world. They inhabit a wide variety of habitats, including harbors, bays, gulfs, and estuaries, as well as nearshore coastal waters, deeper waters over the continental shelf, and even far offshore in the open ocean.

What is the role of a dolphin in the ecosystem?

Dolphins play an important role in keeping their environment in balance. They eat other animals – mainly fish and squid – and are themselves a source of food for some sharks and other creatures. Without dolphins, the animals they prey on would increase in number, and their predators wouldnt have as much to eat.

How do dolphins survive in their habitat?

Both dolphins and fish have adapted to live their whole lives in the water, both have streamlined bodies and fins. But, dolphins are mammals and so they need regularly visit the surface to breathe air to survive, otherwise they would drown. Dolphins are warm-blooded and have blubber to keep them warm.

What is a dolphins lifestyle?

As members of the whale family, dolphins are fully aquatic mammals that spend their entire lives underwater. Dolphins live in groups of 5 to 15 individuals called pods. They have a very loosely structured lifestyle and freely socialize among many different pods.

Are dolphins helpful to humans?

Answer: Dolphins have helped people in many ways, and there is a large number of stories about dolphins helping people since the ancient Greece. Sometimes, dolphins have helped humans in the ocean by protecting them from shark attacks which are usually done swimming around the person and making sharks go away.

How are dolphins evil?

Dolphins are evil. Actually, dolphins are vicious gang rapists who kill their own babies, along with the babies of other species, and occasionally try to have sex with human swimmers. They have even been known to use young sharks as volleyballs.

Why would a dolphin be alone?

For example, dolphins became solitary when they were in poor health or following the death of a fellow dolphin. Or, a young dolphin whose mother perishes before teaching it how to “live in society” might find itself alone and subsequently seek the contact of humans and boats.

Does dolphin love human?

In several surprising instances, dolphins have also shown loving emotions towards humans. The most fascinating of these examples is that of Margaret Howe and the bottlenose dolphin Peter.

Do sharks feel love?

Their amazing emotional sensitivity, for the reason that this discovery is so contrary to their popular image. There is probably no one scarier than the massive shark in the movie Jaws. White sharks feel love and emotions as much as we do.

Do we eat dolphin meat?

Considered good for ones health, even though it is full of mercury, dolphin meat is so commonly eaten here that it is called the oceans pork. It is an open secret among locals.

Why do we not eat dolphins?

Eating dolphin meat may seem abhorrent to most Americans, but many cultures around the world include marine mammals in their diets. But these culinary traditions have a health downside: The meat and blubber contain high levels of mercury, which can contribute to disorders ranging from memory loss to seizures.

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