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- n. Plural form of bottlenose.
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They had installed bottlenoses to runBostonandMiami; a beluga inNew Orleans; and a porpoise inSeattle.
The toothed whale — sperms and bottlenoses — are known to live on squids, and that there is an abundance of this type of food in the Weddell Sea was proved by an examination of penguin and seal stomachs.
Adult bottlenoses can reach 2. 8m and swim at 5 to 12km/h.
In some waters, bottlenoses habitually follow shrimp boats to consume what the shrimpers discard or miss.
Adult bottlenoses can reach 2. 8m and swim at 5 to 12kmh.
It is the first time one has been linked with a fatal attack by bottlenoses.