how do dolphins act.

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how do they act around other dolphins

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    Dolphins tend to be social animals that live in pods that can range in number from 2 to hundreds. They do this partly as protection from larger predators, such as sharks. Dolphins also tend to hunt for food together by surrounding a school of fish and taking turns catching the fish. They also communicate with other dolphins with a variety of sounds and body language, which has caused people to wonder if they have their own language. They are very playful and will often play tricks on other animals, such as turtles.

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