Dolphins are usually born tail first and can swim the moment they are born. Readers will learn about the life of a baby dolphin from its birth to the day it leaves its mother, and how these young animals learn the skills they need to survive in the wild. Simple text and vibrant photographs will engage readers while teaching life science concepts. Fascinating facts about these baby mammals include how dolphins use their teeth to hold, not chew, their prey.
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