He is world famous and definitely the boss of our pod of dolphins.
Sex: Male
Age: 14 yrs
Length: 2.30m
Weight: 250kg
Character: Great leader and teacher to other dolphins.
Stacha (Stacey)
She is the beautiful girl of our pod and can use her cheeky nature to cause trouble.
Sex: Female
Age: 14 yrs
Length: 2m
Weight: 220kg
Character: Our pretty girl, can be very sneaky and cheeky and enjoys making trouble.
She uses her brains to make up for being behind Stacha in her beauty.
Sex: Female
Age: 14 yrs
Length: 2m
Weight: 230kg Character: Very intelligent and uses this to her advantage.
He is definitely the naughty one and has a very cheeky personality which is evident to all who meet him. Anyone who has the chance to interact with him falls in love with him immediately.
Sex: Male
Age: 3 yrs
Length: 1.5m
Weight: 170kg
Character: Very smart and easy to train. Can be very naughty and uses his cheeky personality to his advantage.

Swimming with dolphins

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Dolphin Show

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Quick Facts

  • • The average lifespan of a dolphin is 17 years. However, some of them that have been observed to live about 50 years.
  • • Dolphins can swim at a speed of up to 25 miles per hour for a long time. This is about 3 times faster than the fastest humans in the world.
  • • A dolphin needs to get air at different intervals. Some need air every 20 seconds but others only need it every 30 minutes.
  • Most species of dolphins live in saltwater but some of them thrive in freshwater.
  • • There are two stomachs for dolphins just like for cows. The first one stores the food for them and the second one is where digestion takes place..
  • • The bonds of dolphins in a pod are very intense. They have been observed carrying for the sick, the elderly, and those that have been injured with great care
  • The brain of a dolphin is x2 in terms of size compared to its body size. It is only behind the human.
  • The dolphin is the only mammal that gives birth with the tail first instead of the head. Young dolphins will remain with their mother for a period of 2 or 3 years.