The bottlenose dolphin has a broad diet that varies depending on its water depth. Those that live inshore typically feed on fish and other invertebrates located near the shoreline. Deepwater, bottlenose dolphins, on the other hand, typically feed on squid and fish in pelagic zones. Furthermore, bottlenose dolphins have differing diets depending on their geographic location. Bottlenose dolphins along the U.S. Atlantic Coast typically feed on the following: atlantic croacker (micropogonias undulatas), spot fish(Leistomos xanthurus), and silver perch (Bairiella chrysoura), whereas those found in South Africa typically feed on: african massbankers (Trachurus delagoae), olive grunters (Pomadasys olivaceus), and pandora (Pagellus bellotti). The
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