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    Sleeps with an eye open

    Bottlenose dolphins sleep with one eye open and the other closed.
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    Tail first

    A bottlenose dolphin calf is born tail-first to prevent drowning
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      Employees of US Navy

      US Navy uses trained bottlenose dolphins to find underwater explosives
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        Got milk!

        A female bottlenose dolphin squirts milk into the mouth of it's calf using muscular contractions.
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      Nose talk

      Bottlenose dolphin uses its mouth for eating and nose (blowhole) for communicating.
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      New skin, please
      A bottlenose dolphin's outermost skin layer will be replaced every two to four hours to get rid of any algae and bacteria that tend to stick to the skin. This also reduces the drag and improves the speed.
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      Store..process..absorb

      A bottlenose dolphin’s stomach consists of three chambers for efficient processing.
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      Born with a beard

      Bottlenose dolphins are born with a few hairs on their chins, proving that hair is what makes a mammal a mammal
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      friend indeed

      If a bottlenose dolphin gets sick, its family and friends take turns to pushing it to the surface to breathe
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      Signature

      Every bottlenose dolphin develops its own unique signature wistle to identify itself when communicating with others
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      Brother hippo
      Dolphins evolved from land animals. The land ancestor of the dolphin lived about 50 million years ago and looked a little like a wolf. Their closest living land relative is the hippopotamus.
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      Janus

      Bottlenose dolphin's eyeballs move independently of each other. They can look ahead and look back at the same time
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      No time to chew

      Though they have about 100 cone-shaped teeth, bottlenose dolphins swallow their food without chewing
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      My teeth..my age

      We can determine the age of a bottlenose dolphin by counting each layer in its teeth.
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      Let's party

      Bottlenose dolphins are one of very few species that are known to engage in sex for pleasure and bonding
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      Smell you later

      Bottlenose dolphins don’t have a sense of smell, but they do have a sense of taste and can distinguish between sweet, sour, bitter, and salty tastes.
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      Warm-blooded

      Bottlenose dolphins are warm-blooded and their body temperature is about 37 ℃ (98 ℉), which is the same as that of humans
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      Trip to bottom

      Bottlenose dolphins can hold their breath for about 7 - 10 minutes.
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      Vision

      Bottlenose dolphins see quite well both below and above the water.

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