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1B AG SK bottlenose dolphin

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Published on February 11, 2009

Author: mcveybass

Source: authorstream.com

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Bottlenose Dolphin : Bottlenose Dolphin A.G. S.K. The Bottlenose Dolphin lives in the ocean. : The Bottlenose Dolphin lives in the ocean. It’s body covering is skin. : It’s body covering is skin. The Bottlenose Dolphin_____ uses fins to move around. : The Bottlenose Dolphin_____ uses fins to move around. This animal eats with teeth. : This animal eats with teeth. Did you know….. : Did you know….. the Bottlenose Dolphin is a mammal

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