Clymene dolphins have been seen singly, amongst groups of spinner dolphins, and in large groups of around 100 animals (5). These schools may sometimes be divided by age and sex (2), and sometimes are seen in the company of a group of common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) (4). Clymene dolphins appear to feed in midwater during the night, on fishes and squids, and many bear bite marks and scars from cookie-cutter sharks (Isistius brasiliensis) (4). These attractive and acrobatic dolphins have been observed riding the bow waves of boats and spinning out of the water like spinner dolphins, although the spins are not as high or as complex as those of performed by the spinner dolphin (4).
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