Unlike whales, most dolphins do not make long migrations for mating or otherwise. These mammals are partial to warmer waters year-round.
Some dolphins will migrate due to seasonal changes, but they usually don’t travel nearly as far as some whale species.Unlike whales that have a mating season and feeding season, many species of dolphin can bear offspring year-long, although it is more likely that they will mate during the warmer months.
Female dolphins typically produce a single offspring every 2 – 6 years and will often raise their young for several years after they are born. (Whale Facts)
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