While bottlenose dolphins mate frequently throughout adulthood, this is not a species that mates for life. In essence, this circumstance demonstrates the ability for a dolphin to become intensely attached, (perhaps even fall in love) with a human.
Keeping this in view, do a dolphin have sharp teeth?
Bottlenose dolphins have 80-100 very sharp conical-shaped teeth in their mouth. Unlike us, dolphins only have one set of teeth their entire lives.
Do dolphins have baby teeth?
Believe it or not, the easiest way to tell a dolphin's age is to look at its teeth. Bottlenose dolphins are born with around 25 teeth. Unlike humans, who lose their baby teeth, a dolphin will keep the full set of…
What do you call a dolphin's mouth?
Many people call this long "nose", consisting of the lower and upper jaw, a 'beak' or 'snout', but its proper name is in fact 'rostrum', as Dolphin Anatomy Terminology Man pointed out earlier. The hole on the top of a dolphin's head through which it breathes is called the blowhole.
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