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Marine Mammals

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n. dolphin

Definition of dolphin in English

Carnivorous cetacean, toothed and of medium size, between 2 and 9 m (6-30 ft) in length, that has has an elongated snout, typically grey skin, great intelligence, and a friendly nature, which uses echolocation to sense its surroundings.

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n. porpoise

Definition of porpoise in English

Carnivorous cetacean, toothed and of small size, between 1 and 2.3 m in length, that has a muscular body, a rounded snout, and a shy nature, which uses echolocation to sense its surroundings.

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n. manatee

Definition of manatee in English

Aquatic mammal, herbivorous and of large size, between 2 and 6 m (6 ft 7 in-19 ft 8 in) in length, with two front fins and a fin-like tail, slow-moving and docile.

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n. elephant seal

Definition of elephant seal in English

Large pinniped of the seal family, between 3 and 5 m in length, earless with flippers and a large snout that, in the male, resembles a trunk.

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n. walrus

Definition of walrus in English

Pinniped of large size, between 3 and 4 m in length, with short fur, flippers, and two large tusks, which lacks external ears and is native to the Arctic.

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n. fur seal

Definition of fur seal in English

Pinniped of medium size, between 1.5 and 2 m (4 ft 11 in-6 ft 7 in) in length, that has dense fur with two layers of hair, large flippers, and external ears.

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n. sea lion

Definition of sea lion in English

Pinniped of medium size, between 2 and 3 m long, that has a long neck, large flippers, and external ears.

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n. seal

Definition of seal in English

Pinniped, between 2 and 5 m long, with short fur and flippers, which lacks external ears and spends most of its time in the water.