Name of Organism
Spheniscidae Delphinidae = DolGuiN
Dolguins have two kinds of fins: the dorsal fin and pectoral fins. Its webbed feet is used to move the dolguin forward, and the fins are used for steering. Pectoral fins help the it steer, balance in the water and stop moving. The dorsal fin, which is on top of the Dolguin, acts as a stabilizer and has no bones in them. Their fins are instead made up of dense, folded tissue that is rigid and allows the dolguin to stay upright and more easily cut through the water.
Dolguins rely on their vision while hunting and locate prey in the darkness, at night and at great depths. Dolguins catch prey with their bills and swallow it whole while swimming. A dolguin has a spiny tongue and powerful jaws to grip slippery prey. Their main diet is fish, though they'll also eat squid, small shrimp like animals called krill and crustaceans.