From Openwaterpediawhales with a blunt snout. Porpoise have shorter beaks and flattened teeth distinct from the conical teeth of dolphins and all six species live in the ocean, mostly near shore.
The porpoise was jumping, vocalizing and swimming around the pack of swimmers during the race.
Middle English propoys, from Anglo-French porpeis, alteration of Medieval Latin porcopiscis, from Latin porcus pig + piscis fish
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