The term "dolphin" refers to aquatic animals belonging to the suborder Cetacea. The word "dolphin" is most often used to refer to the extant families Delphinidae, Platanistidae, Iniidae, and Pontoporiidae, as well as the extinct family Lipotidae. Dolphins are a group of forty living species.
The killer whale (orca) is the biggest member of the oceanic dolphin family and a toothed whale that belongs to the oceanic dolphin family. It is the largest member. Its stark patterned body contrasts in black and white.
The Amazon river dolphin, also known as the boto, bufeo, or pink river dolphin, is a toothed whale species belonging to the Iniidae family.
The bottlenose dolphin, often known as the common bottlenose dolphin or Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, is the most well-known member of the Delphinidae family. The common bottlenose dolphin is the most well-known dolphin species, owing to its extensive exposure in captivity at marine parks and dolphinaria, as well as in films and television shows.
The striped dolphin is a well-studied species of dolphin found in all of the world's oceans' temperate and tropical seas. It is a member of the Delphinidae family of marine dolphins.
The spinner dolphin is a tiny dolphin found in tropical off-shore seas worldwide. It is renowned for its aerial acrobatics, in which it spins around its longitudinal axis while leaping into the air. It is a toothed whale belonging to the family Delphinidae.
The false killer whale is the sole surviving species of marine dolphin in the genus Pseudorca. It is present in all seas but is more prevalent in tropical areas.
The long-finned pilot whale is a colossal oceanic dolphin species. It is classified as a member of the genus Globicephala, along with the short-finned pilot whale. The name "long-finned pilot whale" refers to their exceptionally large pectoral fins.
The short-finned pilot whale is one of two cetacean species that share the genus Globicephala with the long-finned pilot whale. It is a member of the family of oceanic dolphins.
Dolphins play a vital part in the sustainability of their ecosystem. They consume fish and squid, and they are prey for sharks and other animals. Without dolphins, the creatures they feed on would multiply and consume much more, while the animals they are hunted by would get a lot less food.
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Conclusion: Throughout history, humans have recorded dolphins rescuing people in dangerous circumstances at sea, ranging from drowning victims to shark attacks. Often, they did it by flipping the rescued humans onto their backs and depositing them in places shallow enough for them to breathe and crawl up to beaches safely.