The life of a bottlenose dolphin can be surprisingly rough, with individuals chasing, biting, and smashing themselves against each other in the struggle for social dominance. Dolphins make all sorts of noises, like burst-pulses, clicks, and whistles. Research done a few years back, for example, showed that signature whistles among wild female bottlenose dolphins remained stable for at least 12 yearspointing to the social importance of names amongst this species of dolphin.
It had a A new species of extinct dwarf dolphin that lived about 30 million years ago Oligocene epoch and possessed adaptations for suction feeding has Toothless dwarf dolphin 'vacuumed' prey off SC seafloor 30 million years ago.
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Scientists have uncovered the fossilized remains of an unusual species of dolphin that lived 30 million years ago in what is now South Carolina. These extinct aquatic mammals measured just three feet in length, they featured short snouts, and perhaps strangest of all, they had no teeth. As described today in Proceedings of the Royal Society Bthis newly discovered creature represents both a new species and an entirely new genus.
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