Monthly Archives: June 2012
Easily and rapidly move in the water dolphins, sometimes developing a speed of over 50 km/h.
They are jumping high out of the water to inhale, filling the lungs with air.
Smooth shiny body of the Dolphin is the perfect streamlined shape, the muzzle is elongated into a narrow beak, at the top of the head has a hole — “blowhole” (nostrils kind of) from where the animal together with the exhaust air can produce a fountain spray height of 1-1,5 meters.
Dolphins, like whales, never go on land (unless they are thrown ashore during a storm) and her cubs too, give birth in water. At the time of birth the female raises its tail high above the water, and the newborn Dolphin in time to take a breath before you fall in the water (otherwise it would have drowned).
Gaining strength, first watch the Dolphin swims, as the float in a vertical position, breathing air, and slightly moving his fins. For several months little Dolphin feeds on mother’s milk. Scientists have long paid attention to the mind of the Dolphin. According to his abilities and training, they surpass even dogs, they can be taught to rescue drowning men, to explore the seabed and find sunken ships. Continue reading