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Sardine Run Infographics: The multi-talented dolphin | Earth-Touch ...

ihe CADOLPHIN Run THE HERDER Sardine HUNT HAVIGATIONAND 1.4 KG OCATION FOR DOLPHIN BRAIN 1.7 KG INDO-PACIFIC BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS ADUNCUS) LONG-BEAKED COMMON DOLPHIN (DELPHINUS CAPENSIS) DOLPHIN SPECIES TAKE PARTINTHE SARDINE RUN LENGTH = 4M 2 SURFBOARDS LENGTH = 2.5M-1.3 SURFBOARDS FOUND IN PODS OF = 2-15 ANIMALS FOUND IN PODS OF =100-500 ANIMALS UP TO SUPERPOD 3000 MASSIVE DOLPHIN GROUP CREATED WHEN SEVERAL SMALLER PODS MERGE DOLPHINS IN A SUPERPOD PECTORAL FINS = DIRECȚIONAL CONTROL ~18000 DORSAL FIN = STABILITY FLUKE = PROPULSION DOLPHINS INTHE SARDINE RUN HERDERS BUBBLE NETS DOLPHINS HERD SARDINES IN TO TIGHT GROUPS CALLED BAITBALLS WORKING ASA TEAM, DOLPHINS USE THEIR BLOWHOLES TO RELEASE WALLSOF BUBBLES THAT ACT AS NETS AROUND THE SARDINES. DOLPHINS COMMUNICATE USING CLICKS, WHISTLES & OTHER VOCALIZATIONS 10x THEY CAN HEAR FREQUENCIES ABOVE THE UPPER LIMIT OF ADULT HUMAN HEARING DESIGNED BY ERRTH-TOUCH THE SARDINE RUN (2009), S.H. O DONOGHUE.PHD THESIS, UNIVERSITY OF KZN. HTTP://WWW.CMS.INT/REPORTS/SMALL_CETACEANS/DATA/T_TRUNCATUS/T_TRUNCATUS.HTM HTTP://WWW.NMFS.NOAA.GOV/PR/SPECIES/MAMMALS/CETACEANS/COMMONDOLPHIN_LONGBEAKED.HTM HTTP://SCIENCE.NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM/SCIENCE/EARTH/SURFACE-OF-THE-EARTH/SOUTH-AFRICAN-COAST/ NG HUMAN BRAM ihe CADOLPHIN Run THE HERDER Sardine HUNT HAVIGATIONAND 1.4 KG OCATION FOR DOLPHIN BRAIN 1.7 KG INDO-PACIFIC BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS ADUNCUS) LONG-BEAKED COMMON DOLPHIN (DELPHINUS CAPENSIS) DOLPHIN SPECIES TAKE PARTINTHE SARDINE RUN LENGTH = 4M 2 SURFBOARDS LENGTH = 2.5M-1.3 SURFBOARDS FOUND IN PODS OF = 2-15 ANIMALS FOUND IN PODS OF =100-500 ANIMALS UP TO SUPERPOD 3000 MASSIVE DOLPHIN GROUP CREATED WHEN SEVERAL SMALLER PODS MERGE DOLPHINS IN A SUPERPOD PECTORAL FINS = DIRECȚIONAL CONTROL ~18000 DORSAL FIN = STABILITY FLUKE = PROPULSION DOLPHINS INTHE SARDINE RUN HERDERS BUBBLE NETS DOLPHINS HERD SARDINES IN TO TIGHT GROUPS CALLED BAITBALLS WORKING ASA TEAM, DOLPHINS USE THEIR BLOWHOLES TO RELEASE WALLSOF BUBBLES THAT ACT AS NETS AROUND THE SARDINES. DOLPHINS COMMUNICATE USING CLICKS, WHISTLES & OTHER VOCALIZATIONS 10x THEY CAN HEAR FREQUENCIES ABOVE THE UPPER LIMIT OF ADULT HUMAN HEARING DESIGNED BY ERRTH-TOUCH THE SARDINE RUN (2009), S.H. O DONOGHUE.PHD THESIS, UNIVERSITY OF KZN. HTTP://WWW.CMS.INT/REPORTS/SMALL_CETACEANS/DATA/T_TRUNCATUS/T_TRUNCATUS.HTM HTTP://WWW.NMFS.NOAA.GOV/PR/SPECIES/MAMMALS/CETACEANS/COMMONDOLPHIN_LONGBEAKED.HTM HTTP://SCIENCE.NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM/SCIENCE/EARTH/SURFACE-OF-THE-EARTH/SOUTH-AFRICAN-COAST/ NG HUMAN BRAM ihe CADOLPHIN Run THE HERDER Sardine HUNT HAVIGATIONAND 1.4 KG OCATION FOR DOLPHIN BRAIN 1.7 KG INDO-PACIFIC BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS ADUNCUS) LONG-BEAKED COMMON DOLPHIN (DELPHINUS CAPENSIS) DOLPHIN SPECIES TAKE PARTINTHE SARDINE RUN LENGTH = 4M 2 SURFBOARDS LENGTH = 2.5M-1.3 SURFBOARDS FOUND IN PODS OF = 2-15 ANIMALS FOUND IN PODS OF =100-500 ANIMALS UP TO SUPERPOD 3000 MASSIVE DOLPHIN GROUP CREATED WHEN SEVERAL SMALLER PODS MERGE DOLPHINS IN A SUPERPOD PECTORAL FINS = DIRECȚIONAL CONTROL ~18000 DORSAL FIN = STABILITY FLUKE = PROPULSION DOLPHINS INTHE SARDINE RUN HERDERS BUBBLE NETS DOLPHINS HERD SARDINES IN TO TIGHT GROUPS CALLED BAITBALLS WORKING ASA TEAM, DOLPHINS USE THEIR BLOWHOLES TO RELEASE WALLSOF BUBBLES THAT ACT AS NETS AROUND THE SARDINES. DOLPHINS COMMUNICATE USING CLICKS, WHISTLES & OTHER VOCALIZATIONS 10x THEY CAN HEAR FREQUENCIES ABOVE THE UPPER LIMIT OF ADULT HUMAN HEARING DESIGNED BY ERRTH-TOUCH THE SARDINE RUN (2009), S.H. O DONOGHUE.PHD THESIS, UNIVERSITY OF KZN. HTTP://WWW.CMS.INT/REPORTS/SMALL_CETACEANS/DATA/T_TRUNCATUS/T_TRUNCATUS.HTM HTTP://WWW.NMFS.NOAA.GOV/PR/SPECIES/MAMMALS/CETACEANS/COMMONDOLPHIN_LONGBEAKED.HTM HTTP://SCIENCE.NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM/SCIENCE/EARTH/SURFACE-OF-THE-EARTH/SOUTH-AFRICAN-COAST/ NG HUMAN BRAM ihe CADOLPHIN Run THE HERDER Sardine HUNT HAVIGATIONAND 1.4 KG OCATION FOR DOLPHIN BRAIN 1.7 KG INDO-PACIFIC BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS ADUNCUS) LONG-BEAKED COMMON DOLPHIN (DELPHINUS CAPENSIS) DOLPHIN SPECIES TAKE PARTINTHE SARDINE RUN LENGTH = 4M 2 SURFBOARDS LENGTH = 2.5M-1.3 SURFBOARDS FOUND IN PODS OF = 2-15 ANIMALS FOUND IN PODS OF =100-500 ANIMALS UP TO SUPERPOD 3000 MASSIVE DOLPHIN GROUP CREATED WHEN SEVERAL SMALLER PODS MERGE DOLPHINS IN A SUPERPOD PECTORAL FINS = DIRECȚIONAL CONTROL ~18000 DORSAL FIN = STABILITY FLUKE = PROPULSION DOLPHINS INTHE SARDINE RUN HERDERS BUBBLE NETS DOLPHINS HERD SARDINES IN TO TIGHT GROUPS CALLED BAITBALLS WORKING ASA TEAM, DOLPHINS USE THEIR BLOWHOLES TO RELEASE WALLSOF BUBBLES THAT ACT AS NETS AROUND THE SARDINES. DOLPHINS COMMUNICATE USING CLICKS, WHISTLES & OTHER VOCALIZATIONS 10x THEY CAN HEAR FREQUENCIES ABOVE THE UPPER LIMIT OF ADULT HUMAN HEARING DESIGNED BY ERRTH-TOUCH THE SARDINE RUN (2009), S.H. O DONOGHUE.PHD THESIS, UNIVERSITY OF KZN. HTTP://WWW.CMS.INT/REPORTS/SMALL_CETACEANS/DATA/T_TRUNCATUS/T_TRUNCATUS.HTM HTTP://WWW.NMFS.NOAA.GOV/PR/SPECIES/MAMMALS/CETACEANS/COMMONDOLPHIN_LONGBEAKED.HTM HTTP://SCIENCE.NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM/SCIENCE/EARTH/SURFACE-OF-THE-EARTH/SOUTH-AFRICAN-COAST/ NG HUMAN BRAM

Sardine Run Infographics: The multi-talented dolphin | Earth-Touch ...

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Another amazing infographic from the Earth Touch this time showing the points and facts about dolphins, the friendly sea creatures.Dolphins are a very smart mammal with a brain of 1.7 kgs whereas the ...

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