The Northern bottle-nosed dolphin lives in the temperate oceans. Which includes the Artic and Northern Atlantic oceans. The temperate oceans cover 3 quarters of the earths surface. These oceans have alot of different creatures. In these oceans it goes from the smallest plankton to the largest creature on the earth, the blue whale.
The Northern bottle-nosed dolphin. eats squid, some fish one would be herring,starfish and shrimp. It lives in the temperate oceans. They live in the Artic or Northern Atlantic oceans. The northern bottle nosed dolphin's predator is the humans fishing net and the tiger shark, dusty shark and the orca whale. When humans try to catch fish they usually catch a dolphin or two. The northern bottle nosed dolphin travels in packs of usually about 4 or 5. A male 2 females and some babies. The northern bottle-nosed dolphin is usually about 8-10 m long, and usually weigh about 5500- 7500 kg.
In order to survive in the temperate oceans the northern bottle nosed dolphin has alot of adaptations. One of the adaptions the northern bottle nosed dolphin has to make is it has a strudy body so it can swim straight though the water instead of wobbling around. The northern bottle nosed dolphin can also stay under water for a long time so that makes it easier for them to catch fish. The northern bottle nosed dolphin is blueish grey which helps them blend in with the water. The northern bottle nosed dolphin can dive 1,000 feet into the ocean.
Northern bottle-nosed dolphin in Saltwater