Dolphins Always Seem To Have A Smile

All About Me - Bottlenose Dolphin

I am called a Bottlenosed dolphin, I am the most common and well know out of us all, because many people have seen us at Seaworld and on tv and movies too !!!

We like to live in groups, we call them pods, normally there is about 10 - 30 of us dolphins in each pod, however we can include up to more than 1,000 !!!

We like to eat alot of fish, we have to hunt using our sonor, all we have to do is make these clicking sounds and listen for the echo sound, the echo sound help us determine where are food is and even the shape of it !!!

We also love to talk, communication is very important to us and since we can't speak words we use squeeks and make whistling sounds through our blowhole. We also can talk by using our body language, like when we slap our tails on the water means danger danger and when we jump and leap out of the water means we're happy, or we might just be showing off for someone we like !!!

And did I mention,... Bottleneose dolphins are one of the most intelligent mammals on Earth !!!! That's why we like to interact and play with humans. We entertain people too, not only in live shows but we have been on tv a lot too !!!

I also want everybody to know that some of us has even worked for the United States Military !!!!


Dolphins and Whales Tribes of the Ocean 3D

Dolphins and Whales Tribes of the Ocean 3D presented by Jean-Michel Cousteau and narrated by Daryl Hanna, it was an extensive 3 years of production that began in June 2004 and consisted of 600 hours underwater filming to capture the images of the cast. This film was recorded at some of the remotest places on earth.

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About Jean-Michel Cousteau,...
Jean-Michel Cousteau (born 1938) is the son of Jacques Cousteau, he is a French explorer, environmentalist, educator and underwater film producer.  He started diving with his father in 1945 at the age of 8 wearing the newly invented SCUBA gear called "Aqualung" (the first open-circuit free-swimming underwater breathing set).  Since that day he has been exploring the ocean's realms around the world, producing over 80 films and even received many honors including receiving  the Emmy and the Peabody Award.  He also went on to become a syndicated columnist  for the Los Angles Times where his writing's appeared in more than 60 newspapers. 

He founded the Ocean Futures Society in 1999, a marine conservation and education organization and continues to reach millions through his adventure programs, tv specials, public service awareness, books and lectures.  In-fact back in 2006, Jean-Michel's initiative to advocate for the protection of the Northwest Hawaiian Islands got him an invite to the White House to view his documentary, "Voyage to Kure."  George W. Bush was so moved, he declared the Papahanaumokuakea Marine Nation Monument one of the largest Marine Protected Areas,.. In the world !!!! 

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Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean Futures Society- They are a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization that explores our global oceans, and educating people throughout the world, celebrating the ocean's importance to the survival of all life here on our planet.

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