Dolphins are carnivores, which means they eat meat. They eat a wide range of fish, particularly flying fish. The dolphins must sometimes leap out of the water to catch these flying fish.
Dolphins are marine creatures that live in the water. Dolphins come in approximately 50 different kinds, including 12 freshwater types. The most well-known species are the common dolphin and the bottle-nosed dolphin. They have a fish-like appearance and a hairless body, and they shed their smooth skin on a regular basis to avoid parasite accumulation. They are protected from the cold by a layer of blubber and breathe through a dorsal blow hole. Their fore and dorsal fins steer them through the water, while their tail fins propel them forward.