Dolphins are highly active and acrobatic. They are the fastest swimmers of all cetaceans with a speed of about 25 mph and they can leap 30 ft. in the air.
They have a unique sense of hearing. The ear openings are small slits that are located behind their eyes.
Dolphins have specially adapted lens and cornea that enable them to have excellent vision both in and out of the water. They do not have any olfactory lobes or olfactory nerves, which may be responsible for their poorly developed sense of smell.
Are snake-like fish from the order Anguilliformes that occupy both fresh water as well as saltwater habitats.
Are marine fin-footed mammals in the family Otariidae and have the ability to walk on all fours.
Are cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates that have skins that are covered with scales, a set of gills and two sets of paired fins.
Are called the desert ships and they can swim when they encounter water and also carry 200 – 300 kg of baggage on their backs.
Are cartilaginous fish which means that the structure of their animal’s body is formed of cartilage and not bone.
Are the most garrulous pinnipeds or marine mammals with broad heads, flippers, short muzzle, small eyes, tusks and whiskers.
Are long, legless ectothermic reptiles that belong to the sub-order of Serpentes.
Is a team water sport that consists of six field players and one goalkeeper.
Are warm-blooded marine mammals with round eyes and long whiskers around the mouth.