The Bottlenosed Dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, is large, grey above, and somewhat paler below. Its Torpedo-shaped body is streamlined for swift movements. Navigating by using a series of clicking sounds that travel throughout the water, the Bottlenosed Dolphin can tell size, shape, and location of objects. This sonar also aids the animal in discovering fish for food. This dolphin can be seen in Rookery Bay often feeding on mullet, one of its favorite foods.