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  • Dolphins
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  • Dolphins are a species of Mobian-in the Prime Zone-and Mobini-in the Sol Zone-that inhabit the oceans.
  • Dolphins are an animal-like sentient species. The souls have started to take over and use their bodies as hosts.
  • Dolphins were cetacean mammals which could be seen in the Rokugani coasts, as the Earthquake Fish Bay.
  • A street gang of Riverside * They are angry with little to lose. Source: Pavis and Big Rubble
  • Dolphins are an animal species featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto V.
  • The most familiar of all dolphin species — bottlenose dolphins — live all over the world and travel in ever-changing social groups. These charismatic and intelligent marine mammals feature extraordinary adaptations and behaviors, allowing them to thrive in an often harsh ocean habitat. Bottlenose dolphins are well known as the intelligent and charismatic stars of many aquarium shows. Their curved mouths give the appearance of a friendly, permanent smile, and they can be trained to perform complex tricks.
  • <default>Dolphins</default> Species Gender Status Color Owner Relatives Occupation First Appearance Voiced by The Dolphins are the main antagonists of "Night of the Dolphin", the third act in Treehouse of Horror XI. In a parody of "The Day of the Dolphin", Lisa takes pity on a dolphin named Snorky, the main attraction in a show at Marine World, freeing him from captivity after everyone has left. Unfortunately, this starts off a chain of disastrous events culminating in all of the world's dolphins taking over Springfield, forcing the residents to live in the sea.
  • Dolphins are graceful creatures that live all around the world,they live in places like Cornwall, Florida and many other parts of America and the world. much like the shark, dolphins live in the shallower part of the ocean, near wear we swim or paddle, but unlike sharks, they are mammals. They have rows of interlocking comical pegs for teeth.
  • The gregarious ulmodili lived in hierarchical groups of 10-200 individuals, which in turn joined to form schools of 100-2000 creatures. Playful and agile, they rolled and leaped along the surface of the open sea, moving at speeds of up to 40 miles an hour. When they submerged, they could dive as deep as 1000 feet and stay down for as long as five minutes before they needed to resurface (they breathed through lungs, not gills).
  • The dolphin has developed a rather peculiar ability, which exploits the Plural nature of their galactic sector, not dissimilar to that evolved by the Babel fish, which is this: In the picosecond before inevitable calamity, dolphins instantly wink into existence in all other possible probabilities in the Whole Sort of General Mish Mash. The disappearance of the dolphins was reported in The Times newspaper with the title "Dolphins vanish".
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Appearance
Scientific name
  • Tursiops
Name
  • Dolphins
ImageSize
  • 250
Caption
  • A player-controller dolphin in GTA V.
First
  • Episode 213: Swimming in the Jungle!
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  • #bedff9
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  • Playable
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Species
  • Mammals
  • Hamster
  • Bottlenose Dolphin
Color
  • Gray
  • #1d75cd
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Areas
  • Warm ocean
Japan
Gender
  • Male
Size
  • Medium/Large
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  • The most familiar of all dolphin species — bottlenose dolphins — live all over the world and travel in ever-changing social groups. These charismatic and intelligent marine mammals feature extraordinary adaptations and behaviors, allowing them to thrive in an often harsh ocean habitat. Bottlenose dolphins are well known as the intelligent and charismatic stars of many aquarium shows. Their curved mouths give the appearance of a friendly, permanent smile, and they can be trained to perform complex tricks. In the wild, these sleek swimmers can reach speeds of over 18 miles (30 kilometers) an hour. They surface often to breathe, doing so two or three times a minute. Bottlenose dolphins travel in social groups and communicate with each other by a complex system of squeaks and whistles. Schools have been known to come to the aid of an injured dolphin and help it to the surface. Bottlenose dolphins track their prey through the expert use of echolocation. They can make up to 1,000 clicking noises per second. These sounds travel underwater until they encounter objects, then bounce back to their dolphin senders, revealing the location, size, and shape of their target. When dolphins are feeding, that target is often a bottom-dwelling fish, though they also eat shrimp and squid. These clever animals are also sometimes spotted following fishing boats in hopes of dining on leftovers. Bottlenose dolphins are found in tropical oceans and other warm waters around the globe. They were once widely hunted for meat and oil (used for lamps and cooking), but today only limited dolphin fishing occurs. However, dolphins are threatened by commercial fishing for other species, like tuna, and can become mortally entangled in nets and other fishing equipment. All dolphins, including the bottlenose, are porpoises. Although some people use these names interchangeably, porpoises are actually a larger group that also includes animals like the orca and the beluga whale.
  • <default>Dolphins</default> Species Gender Status Color Owner Relatives Occupation First Appearance Voiced by The Dolphins are the main antagonists of "Night of the Dolphin", the third act in Treehouse of Horror XI. In a parody of "The Day of the Dolphin", Lisa takes pity on a dolphin named Snorky, the main attraction in a show at Marine World, freeing him from captivity after everyone has left. Unfortunately, this starts off a chain of disastrous events culminating in all of the world's dolphins taking over Springfield, forcing the residents to live in the sea. The dolphins also appeared as enemies in The Simpsons Game, although unlike in the original episode, the reason they attacked the humans was due to Kang and Kodos brainwashing them into doing so.
  • Dolphins are a species of Mobian-in the Prime Zone-and Mobini-in the Sol Zone-that inhabit the oceans.
  • Dolphins are an animal-like sentient species. The souls have started to take over and use their bodies as hosts.
  • Dolphins are graceful creatures that live all around the world,they live in places like Cornwall, Florida and many other parts of America and the world. much like the shark, dolphins live in the shallower part of the ocean, near wear we swim or paddle, but unlike sharks, they are mammals. They have rows of interlocking comical pegs for teeth. Dolphins use their powerful fluke tails to propel themselves through the water- this tail is also useful for hunting fish. Dolphins expel excess water and carbon dioxide through a blowhole located on the top of their head. When they go completlely under the water they will come back up for a few seconds by doing the classic jump above the waves. Their diet usually includes smaller fish.
  • Dolphins were cetacean mammals which could be seen in the Rokugani coasts, as the Earthquake Fish Bay.
  • A street gang of Riverside * They are angry with little to lose. Source: Pavis and Big Rubble
  • The gregarious ulmodili lived in hierarchical groups of 10-200 individuals, which in turn joined to form schools of 100-2000 creatures. Playful and agile, they rolled and leaped along the surface of the open sea, moving at speeds of up to 40 miles an hour. When they submerged, they could dive as deep as 1000 feet and stay down for as long as five minutes before they needed to resurface (they breathed through lungs, not gills). An ulmodil had smooth blue (top) and white (bottom) skin and a long beaked snout. This snout was a formidable, mace-like weapon that contained an array of short, sharp teeth. Its bulging forehead encased a pad of fat that housed a sonar-like organ that enabled the creature to detect objects with stunning accuracy.
  • The dolphin has developed a rather peculiar ability, which exploits the Plural nature of their galactic sector, not dissimilar to that evolved by the Babel fish, which is this: In the picosecond before inevitable calamity, dolphins instantly wink into existence in all other possible probabilities in the Whole Sort of General Mish Mash. The disappearance of the dolphins was reported in The Times newspaper with the title "Dolphins vanish". This bridging between probabilities allowed the dolphins, after the initial destruction of the Earth by the Vogons and before the final, to replace an Earth that was destroyed with another one from somewhere else in the Mish Mash The dolphins, before leaving, left a message to the humans they felt close to in the form of a glass fish bowl, on which were inscribed the words "So long, and thanks for all the fish." Dolphins have fins on their backs to help them swim and they have holes because that's where they spray water like breathing, which it is! "For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much—the wheel, New York, wars and so on—whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man—for precisely the same reasons.”
  • Dolphins are an animal species featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto V.