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  Dolphin t-shirts are a great way to show your love and support for the fun-loving sea mammals. Dolphin t-shirts can be worn any time of year, from winter to summer. Buy a few dolphin t-shirts today to share with the whole family.  
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The Atlantic spotted dolphin is a dark gray on top and a medium gray on the sides. They have a short beak with a spot of white on the end. The name of the Atlantic spotted dolphin comes from the spots that develop as the dolphin ages.

Among the smartest creatures in the sea, dolphins can communicate with high pitched sounds.

This happy dolphin is show you one of his many tricks.

Dolphins, like you and me, are mammals. They have teeth, are warm-blooded, have a four-chambered heart, and nurse their young from mammary glands. Dolphins also have hair but not very much!

Dolphins belong to a group of mammals called cetaceans. Some cetaceans, like the baleen whales and have horny plates hanging from their upper jaw that are used to strain food from the ocean. Others, like dolphins, are "toothed whales."

This dolphin does a combination disco and fandango dance to entertain himself and the crowd.

What's the difference between dolphins and porpoises? Dolphins and porpoises have different body shapes. Dolphins usually have a large forehead.

The front limbs on a dolphin are called flippers. The bones inside the flippers are similar to the bones inside your arm and hand. Dolphins don't have any hind limbs.

This fanciful artwork may be a scene from the French version of SeaWorld.

Dolphins jump for a number of reasons. Sometimes they jump to loosen tiny animals that cling to their skin. Sometimes they jump in order to travel faster or see farther. or to confuse and herd the fish they are chasing. Or maybe, they jump just for fun!

The dolphin's tail is called its flukes (each half is a fluke). There are no bones in a dolphin's flukes, just tough connective tissue.

This dolphin rider exemplifies a mixture of a common ancient theme of mastery and control over nature intertwined with the wild abandone of youth.

The dolphin uses its flukes for swimming and its flippers for steering. Most dolphins have a boneless dorsal fin in the middle of their back that works somewhat like the rudder on a boat.

This photograph of a dolphin shows how friendly and curious dolphins can be.

Dolphins typically swim at 3 to 7 miles per hour. They can go over 20 miles per hour when they work hard.
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