Dolphins are intelligent, social marine mammals that are found in oceans around the world. There are over 40 different species of dolphins, ranging in size from just over 4 feet (1.2 meters) to over 30 feet (9 meters) in length. Dolphins are known for their playful and social behavior, and they are often observed jumping and swimming in groups, or "pods," in the wild. They are also known for their intelligence and problem-solving abilities, and have been observed using tools, hunting cooperatively, and communicating with each other through a complex system of clicks and whistles. Dolphins have a streamlined body shape and are adapted for swimming at high speeds. They have a powerful tail, or fluke, that they use to propel themselves through the water, and a dorsal fin that helps them to maintain stability. Dolphins are carnivorous, feeding on a variety of fish and other marine animals. In addition to their intelligence and social behavior, dolphins are also known for their ability to form strong bonds with humans. They have been trained to perform a variety of tasks, including assisting people with disabilities, participating in scientific research, and performing in shows and exhibitions.
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