Living in pods that can number a dozen or more, dolphins are intensely social mammals that communicate with squeaks, whistles, and clicks. There are 36 dolphin species. Most live in the ocean or along coastlines. There are a few species, however, like the Amazon river dolphin, that live in freshwater streams and rivers. National Geographic Dolphins 2021 will make a splash with anyone who is fascinated by ocean life. Several dolphin species are featured: Common bottlenose dolphin; Spinner dolphin; Long beaked common dolphin; Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin; Hourglass dolphin; Atlantic spotted dolphin; Pantropical spotted dolphin; Short-beaked common dolphin. Each outstanding image is accompanied by a spacious grid with moon phases and major holidays. National Geographic supports vital work in conservation, research, exploration, and education. The calendar includes a 3-year at-a-glance page and is earth friendly, printed with soya-based inks on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper.
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