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Let's learn about dolphins. There are more than 40 species of dolphins on earth. Some are small and some are big. The most famous kind of dolphin is the bottlenose dolphin. Even though they live in the water dolphins are mammals, that means they are warm blooded. They feed their babies milk and they come to the surface of the water to breathe air. Dolphins breathe air through a hole on the top of their head called the blow hole. When they go under water, dolphins close their blowhole tight, you may know that mammals have fur or hair and even though they don't look very hairy dolphins are no exception.
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