Atlantic Bottle nose Dolphins

Adaptations

An Atlantic Bottle nose Dolphin adaptations are to travel to different places when they are breeding. And to different places when they are giving birth. The Bottle Nose Dolphins habitats are from northern Cape Hatteras coast to southern Florida to westward to and through the Gulf Of Mexico. Bottle Nose Dolphins eat mostly fish that are at the surface and they eat squid. Some predators of them are mostly sharks,orcas, and people. They usally stay in warmer waters. Bottle Nose Dolphins can usally jump 20 ft out of the water and can dive down more than 1,000 ft. They breathe about every 2 minutes. And can escape predators because there very fast.

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