Dolphin Coloring Pages

Please click any dolphin colouring picture.  It will open full size in a new window.  You can then right click and print your chose dolphin to colour on a full A4 page.

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Dolphin Colouring Page

More Free Childrens Colouring Pages

Pick the dolphins you want, then print them out and color them.

Dolphins are one of the smartest animals living in the ocean. There are about 40 species of dolphins. They come in different sizes and colors. The most common dolphin colors are black, white, light gray, and blue gray. All dolphins have one or more of these colors on their bodies. Dolphins are usually black above and white underneath. The bottlenose dolphin has a grey back but its belly is a light grey colour. Bottlenose dolphins have prominent dorsal fins, which can be seen slicing through the water. This fin is slightly hooked and set midway along the body. This playful mammal is also easily recognised by its melon-shaped head and short, wide and rounded beak

COLOR: Color patterns on the common dolphin are the most elaborate of any cetacean. The back is dark gray-to-black from the top of the head to the tail dipping to a V on the sides below the dorsal fin. The flanks are light gray behind the dorsal fin and yellowish-tan forward of the dorsal fin, forming an hourglass pattern. Its belly is white. There are large dark circles around the eyes connected by a dark line that runs across the head behind the beak and a black stripe runs from the jaw to the flippers.

Pink dolphin

In Hong Kong a population of approx. 120 indo – pacific humpback dolphins are struggling to survive in Hong Kong’s harbour due to pollution, overfishing, excessive boat traffic and habitat loss. These dolphins are thought to be an unique sub-species of the chinese white dolphin , a member of the indo – pacific humpback dolphin family. They are known for their bright pink colour. These dolphins are also found in small populations off the coast of China, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Hong Kong dolphin-watch has been working since 1995 to increase the publics awareness of these dolphins plight.

 

 

 

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