BOTTLENOSE WHALE (Hyperoodon rostratus), a member of the sperm-whale family, which is an inhabitant of the North Atlantic, passing the summer in the Spitzbergen seas and going farther south in winter.
bottlenose dolphin who adopted the Isle of Man for three years.
bottlenose whales have a definite band of paler skin in a crescent around their neck.
bottlenose dolphin population, or to watch birds by the sea.
bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus.
bottlenose dolphin strandings were checked to see if they matched any of these known animals.
bottlenose male named Donald became trapped on a sand bank on the Isle of Man.
They were described as man sized or larger so were probably bottlenose.
Each year, bottlenose dolphins migrate along the English Channel from west to east.
Jo also had a brief affair with Donald, a bottlenose dolphin who adopted the Isle of Man for three years.
Northern bottlenose whales are easily identifiable by their bulbous foreheads and can grow to eight meters in length.
From the coastguard lookout tower scan the sea for signs of the Firth's resident bottlenose dolphins.
The Bottlenose Dolphin is quite stocky with a short beak.
The northern bottlenose whale usually lives in deep-sea canyons in the cold temperate seas of the northern North Atlantic.
In an attempt to unravel this apparent mystery, previous accounts of northern bottlenose whales around the Scottish coast are described.
With Ecco, you have the opportunity to control the bottlenose dolphin as he makes his way through a series of side-scrolling aquatic levels.
The word usage examples above have been gathered from various sources to reflect current and historial usage. They do not represent the opinions of YourDictionary.com.