Dolphins


Dolphins

Dive in and learn about the Delphinidae family

Welcome! Our distance learning materials provide fun and inspiring insights into the natural world, and can be the perfect complement to what you may already be doing at home or with your students. We hope that these activities and lessons help us all stay connected.

 

This week, we will meet one of the most popular animals at the SeaWorld parks – dolphins. This group of animals includes dozens of different species found all around the globe, including the popular Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. Dolphin species everywhere need our help in curbing pollution, protecting precious habitats, and supporting sustainable fisheries.

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Dolphin Resources

  • Bottlenose Dolphin with calf

    Animal InfoBooks: Bottlenose Dolphins

    Learn all about bottlenose dolphins, one of the most popular and beloved marine mammals.  Dive deeper into scientific classifications, specialized adaptations, what these amazing animals eat, and more.

    Bottlenose Dolphin InfoBook

  • Three Commerson's dolphins swimming underwater

    Animal InfoBooks: Commerson's Dolphins

    Get to know more about Commerson's Dolphins, including information on their scientific classifications, specialized adaptations, what these amazing animals eat, and more.

    Commerson's Dolphin InfoBook

  • killer whale and calf

    Animal InfoBooks: Killer Whales

    Did you know Killer Whales are actually dolphins?  Learn more about the largest members of the Delphinidae family, including information on their scientific classifications, specialized adaptations, what these amazing animals eat, and more.

    Killer Whale InfoBook

  • Bottlenose Dolphins

    Animal Bytes

    Check out these one-page fact sheets about these incredible cetaceans.

    Baiji

    Boto

    Bottlenose Dolphin

    Commerson's Dolphin

    Killer Whale

    Short-finned Pilot Whale

  • Bottlenose Dolphin

    Activities

    Schooling at home?  Keep your students engaged with these dolphin-themed classroom activities.

    Kindergarten - 4th Grade:

    5th Grade - 8th Grade:

    9th Grade - 12th Grade:

  • bottlenose dolphin

    Animal Sounds

    Dolphins make many different sounds to navigate, communicate, and hunt. Check out these sounds, plus more on SeaWorld.org.

    Bottlenose Dolphin



    Dolphin




    Killer Whale



    More Animal Sounds