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Maui dolphins sometimes eat squid
They use ecolocation to find food
Maui's dolphin's diet consists of a range of fish, such as Ahuru, Red cod and sole
Māui dolphin feed on a variety of species of fish, such as red cod, āhuru, and sole.
They send out high frequency clicks that bounce off surrounding objects and fish.
Did you know a Māui's dolphin is the world's rarest and smallest known subspecies of dolphin.
They travel in groups of up to five dolphins and do not often stay far from the coast.
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Maui's dolphins are smallest and rarest marine dolphin and native and endemic to New Zealand.
Maui's dolphin communicate with each other by making short, high-frequency clicks, rather than whistling noises like many other dolphin species.
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Today, they are found from Maunganui Bluff to Whanganui, and you’re most likely to spot one between Manukau Harbour and Port Waikato.
Māui dolphin are generally found close to shore in small groups.
Māui dolphin could once be found along most of the west coast of the North Island, from Cook Strait to Ninety Mile Beach. in New Zealand
they are usually seen in water less than 20 m deep but may also range further offshore.