Dolphin clip art with blurry


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Dolphin clip art with blurry.

This vector resource includes the following elements:

Beach,Dolphin,clip art


This vector contains the following main colors: Black,Deep Teal,Celeste,White,Lemon Chiffon,Governor Bay,Hampton,Mountain Mist,Gun Powder


    Beach Dolphin Black Deep Teal Celeste White Lemon Chiffon Governor Bay Hampton Mountain Mist Gun Powder

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Dolphin wiki:
>For other uses, see Dolphin (disambiguation). See article below. Dolphins are certain aquatic mammals related to whales and porpoises. The name is from Ancient Greek delphis meaning "with a womb", viz. "a 'fish' with a womb". The word is used in a few different ways. It can mean:Any member of the family Delphinidae (oceanic dolphins),Any member of the families Delphinidae and Platanistoidea (oceanic and river dolphins),Any member of the suborder Odontoceti (toothed whales; these include the above families and some others),Used casually as a synonym for Bottlenose Dolphin, the most common and familiar species of dolphin. See more at

clip art wiki:
ip art, in the graphic arts, is the use of images either copied or physically cut (hence the term) from pre-existing printed works, either books that have entered the public domain, or books specifically published for such use (which, if they contain images that are not in the public domain, include a license fee in the cover price). It is also not uncommon for large organizations to provide their local divisions or chapters with clip art (either physical or electronic) of their logos, mascots, and so forth, in order that local publications may have a unified appearance. It is also rather common for those producing documents with limited distribution to use images from non-public-domain sources for which they have not paid license fees, such as coloring books, newspapers, magazines, and such, although some magazines, particularly those dealing with hobbies will publish images explicitly licensed to the magazine purchaser for use as clip art. See more at

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