The Most Popular Of Dolphin Coloring Pages
Get your kid excited for his upcoming vacation to the lake by giving him a Bottlenose dolphin coloring page. Kids love them because they always look like smiling, healthy dolphins. Bottlenose dolphins are the largest of all of the dolphin species, averaging only from ten to fourteen feet in length. They are usually white or gray with a yellow belly, gray fins and a dorsal fin that look like a "Merry Mac".
Dolphin coloring pages can be found in books, movies, and online at various websites. You will find many different ones that feature this adorable animal. You will find that most of the coloring sheets have a picture of a Bottlenose dolphin on one, and several other types of animals. Some of the pictures have Bottlenose dolphins and some do not.
Amazon Dolphine Carrier: This particular coloring sheets features a beautiful looking spotted dolphin along with a couple of different species of whales. The spotted dolphin is usually found around the Southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of Oregon, California, and British Columbia. They are warm-blooded creatures, which means that they need to keep up with the temperature of the water they live in. The Amazon Dolphin, on the other hand, is only found in the Amazon River Basin in South America. They are cold-blooded, which means that they must stay very warm if they want to survive, being very sensitive to cold weather.
Spadespeed Dolphine: This coloring sheet features two different species of spinner dolphins, one of which is the smallest in the world. They usually live in the Southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of Oregon, California, and British Columbia. They are warm-blooded, which means that they must keep up with the temperature of the water they live in. The spade dolphin, on the other hand, is a subspecies of the large Atlantic spadefish.
Chinatin And Smeltered Dolphine: These two coloring sheets feature a gorgeous looking Chinese white dolphin and an albino minke. Chinese whirlpool dolphins belong to the genus Cetacea, which also includes the Maui's Dolphin and Hawaiian's Dolphin. Albinism refers to a condition where there is no hair, skin or other connective tissue found within an animal's body. It is rare, but not completely uncommon in the Cetacea order. Albinism is also seen in the spotted dolphin. This coloring sheet shows a variety of albino types of the Chinese white dolphin.
Dusky Dolphin: This coloring page features a beautiful looking black and white dolphin with a set of dorsal fins along with gray and white lines running across its body. The commerson dolphin is the smallest member of its family. At just over three and a half inches, it is slightly smaller than the common midsized dolphin. It is an excellent swimmer and is one of the most sociable dolphins in the marine ecosystem. The commerson has an even temper and comes to the surface for air quite often.
Baby Dolf: Baby dolphins are among the easiest to breed and raise. In fact, this is one of the few dolphin species that can be successfully kept by individual owners. There are much love and care involved in keeping these creatures, especially during their initial few weeks of life. Many people think that dolphins are vulnerable to human contact, but recent studies have shown that this is not true. All types of dolphins are safe to approach and interact with, regardless of color or form.
Dark Groom: This dolphin is an uncommon dolphin species. A beautiful honey colored dolphin, this species generally comes in a dark gray or black form. They are extremely rare and are typically found in shallow waters around South America and the West Coast of the United States. The hector dolphin is a deep water bottlenose dolphin that originates from the coastal areas of the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas. They feed primarily on squid and tropical fish.