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An unforgettable experience with the worlds most loved Dolphins. Your aim in the Dolphin Show is to make the dolphin pass through the arranged rings. Have fun!
Do you love dolphins, and do you also like to play fun web browser games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Dolphin Show game online. Am I right? ;)
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When you think about a Dolphin, you may immediately think of the Miami Dolphins football team and their games roster and schedule, or you may remember watching a show or 2, or 3, or 4, at Seaworld or Brookfield Zoo where you also learned interesting facts for kids about this amazing aquatic wild animal. According to WikiPedia, dolphins have between 8-250 teeth, depending on the type. The most common, Bottlenose has an average of 90 teeth. These very smart swimming mammals do not need to drink water because they get enough of it from the fish they consume with their few to many teeth. When it comes to great eyesight, these magnificent creatures have it. Not only can they also see well when they are up and out of the water, but they have nightvision, and some colorvision as well. Although having hair is most certainly found on all mammals, in the case of the dolphin this is not true because after they are two weeks old they become hairless and stay that way for the rest of their lifespan. These warm blooded swimmers who make water their home (habitat) do take oxygen into their lungs, maintain a regular body temperature, and birth live babies who drink milk from their mother for at least 6 or 7 months. Check out the previously mentioned website for more details and information. Before you go, you may want to play a free and fun dolphin web game, Dolphin Show, here at AnimalWebGames.com.
In fact, they are totally awesome! When compared to other swimmers of their size, dolphins are known to be extremely intelligent. These smooth gray mammals often display a playful attitude and love balancing whale beach balls on their nose, which makes them popular among humans. There are many images on the internet showing them having fun jumping out of the water, riding waves, play fighting and occasionally interacting and playing games with humans while swimming in the water. After learning so much about these interesting animals, you may be thinking about adopting one. If you do consider it, doing something like this would make a really special gift. You can check out www.oceanconservation.org to adopt.