.............. but aren't they Porpoises?
not something you see every day on the bus
Can you sleep easy now that's cleared up?
I admit, I did laugh at that.
that's just the half of it .............................
I have solved
PMSo what happened to white dog poo?
Thought dogs of all colours poo.
Are you saying all brown dogs are constipated?
Think I need to lie down
20 minutes wrote (see)
What happened to Hoose?
Anyone know what the difference between a dolphin and a porpoise is?
I do know there are quite a few species of dolphin. I believe strictly speaking orca are dolphin, so maybe porpoise are too.
Porpoises are small cetaceans of the family Phocoenidae; they are related to whales and dolphins. They are distinct from dolphins, although the word "porpoise" has been used to refer to any small dolphin, especially by sailors and fishermen. The most obvious visible difference between the two groups is that porpoises have flattened, spade-shaped teeth distinct from the conical teeth of dolphins, and their shorter beaks.
The name derives from French pourpois, originally from Medievil Latin porcopiscus (porcus pig + piscus fish).
Yes, John West do it in tins ............................ oh is that tuna?
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