Dolphins might be intelligent, but there are still predators that try to hurt or kill them. For example, sharks will try to attack them but using their long nose they can bump into the sharks gills and kill it. Also, dolphins have blubber that acts like a protective coat to them. In the article it says that, " It enables these mammals to maintain warmth even it very cold water temperatures"( sciencing.com). Last but not least, dolphins always have access to oxygen because they can always go up above the ocean surface to get some fresh air. Now you can see, that dolphins have many things that keep them safe in the ocean.
Everybody loves dolphins especially when they see the dolphins do tricks at shows, and the dolphins have high intelligence. An example, is that dolphins have the second most powerful and complex brain to animals. Next, dolphins can imitate the behaviors of a trick that a trainer tells them. Finally, they can identify objects in the water. As said dolphins can identify the objects such as, "An example of an appropriate response to pointing would be to retrieve an object to which the trainer points or moves an object from point A to point B"(understanding dolphins.tripod.com). In conclusion, you can tell that dolphins are very smart.
Dolphins are adorable, and that cuteness comes from their traits. One example, would be that they have a playful behavior. As stated dolphins can have a playful behavior such as" Many species will leap out of the water, spy-hop (rise vertically out of the water to view their surroundings) and follow ships, often synchronizing their movements with one another"(Defenders of Wildlife). Another example, is that dolphins grow to be 8 feet long and way up to 440 pounds to 660 pounds. Lastly, they may weigh a lot , but the bottlenose dolphin can live up to be 40 years old! Now you know where dolphins get their adorable looks and their playfulness.
In this wonderful paragraph, I will be telling you about echolocation, what it is, and how it is useful to dolphins. For example, echolocation is a way that dolphins can see or spot other objects far away from them or just a few miles from them. Another, example is how the it is helpful to dolphins , the dolphins need the echolocation because it helps them see better underwater, such as if the water was murky. In the article it states, " Dolphins have developed the ability use echolocation, often known as sonar, to help them see better underwater"(wonderopolis.com).Next, dolphins also use it to see the world with other animals such as porpoises, whales, and even bats. Finally, dolphins also use echolocation for sound waves. As you can see, why the dolphins use echolocation , what it is, and how it is useful to them.