Bottlenose dolphins are found in tropical oceans and other warm waters around the globe.
Bottlenose dolphins travel in social groups and communicate with each other by a complex system of squeaks and whistles.
When they are feeding, they usually go for bottom-dwelling fish, though they also sometimes eat shrimp and squid.
Their sleek bodies allow them to reach speeds of over 18 miles an hour.
Humpback whales are found in the north Pacific, South-East Alaska, Prince William Sound, and British Columbia waters.
Adults range from 2–16 m in length and weighing around 25–30 metric tons.
Each humpback whale needs to eat almost 1.5 tons of krill on a daily basis!
Humpback whale songs are audible up to 20 miles away, and each song can be up to 20 minutes in length.
They can breach up to 45-50 feet! To this day, nobody knows why they breach.
Great whites are often found in the cold waters of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, but they can live in warmer water.
Great whites are the largest of all predatory sharks in the ocean today!
Adults grow to a maximum size of approximately 20 feet in length, and weigh up to 6,600 pounds.
Great whites can swim at 35 MPH.
Their mouths are lined with 300 sharp teeth!