Dolphins are very intelligent marine mammals, besides the natural systems that complement their bodies are very complex. So many technologies are inspired by dolphins. One example is a dolphin’s skin which is able to reduce friction with water, so that dolphins can swim with little water resistance. This is what swimmers use to design swimsuits that look like dolphin skin.
Dolphins have a system that is used to communicate and receive stimuli called a sonar system, this system can avoid objects in front of the dolphin, thus avoiding collisions. This technology was then applied in the manufacture of submarine radar. Dolphins are mammals because dolphins are mammals. They live in the sea and rivers throughout the world. Dolphins are relatives of whales and porpoises. There are more than 40 types of dolphins.
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Bottlenose dolphins are the most common and most familiar species of dolphin. Its habitat is in warm waters around the world and can be found in almost all waters except the Arctic Ocean and the Southern Ocean. Bottlenose dolphins are gray in color which varies from dark gray on top near the dorsal fin to light gray whitish on the underside. This hue makes them difficult to see from above and below. Adult bottlenose dolphins range from 2 to 4 meters in length and weigh from 150 to 650 kilograms.
Dolphins are a migratory species. This biota is found in almost all waters in the world. In addition, dolphins are also found in almost all Indonesian waters. This is because Indonesia is a dolphin migration area, namely from the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean through the Sunda Strait to the Sahul Shelf.
Two Dolphins in The Deep Ocean
Baby Dolphins and The Work of Dolphins
Newborn baby dolphins will be brought to the surface by their mother so they can breathe air. Dolphins need to come to the surface to breathe in order to stay alive. Dolphins breathe through air holes located on top of their heads. Its slick and slender body is perfect for swimming. Mother dolphins feed their young with savory milk and provide energy for their children to grow up quickly. Each calf is always near its mother, so that its mother can protect it from harm. Dolphins always maintain a relationship with their children until they grow bigger. Mother dolphins call their young with a special whistle that they can recognize.
Dolphins live and work in groups or called herds. They often play together. A dolphin can’t sleep well underwater. He could drown. Therefore, he half sleeps several times a day. Dolphins eat squid and fish such as the gray mullet. Dolphins sometimes lead schools of fish to make it easier to catch. They find their way by sending sounds in the water. If the sound hits an object, it will be reflected back as an echo. Sometimes, the noise at sea due to oil drilling can confuse dolphins. They will have difficulty in sending and receiving messages. Because dolphins can communicate, dolphins are called the most intelligent animals, surpassing chimpanzees.
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