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A calf has about 42-52 inches of blubber when it is born.

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Q: How many inches of blubber does a dolphin have?
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What is dolphin called?

It's called blubber no. blubber is the fat under the skin. dolphin skin is just called skin.

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Which animals have thick fur coats?

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What is dolphin blubber?

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What do dolphins have on them?

A dolphin has blubber on them, the blubber is like a fatty layer of skin that helps to keep them warm in below 0 waters. their blubber is smooth and feels like rubber, and it keeps them at a regular body temperature. some dolphins have markings on their blubber, some have spots or scratches from other marine animals attacking them.

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Do dolphin like cold or warm?

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Do whales have meat or blubber?

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Why can't a dolphin livbe in the arctic?

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