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Dolphin sculpture

Harry Bernard's dolphin sculpture

Dolphins were toothed cetaceans native to Earth.

Species of dolphin included the bottlenose dolphin and the pink dolphin. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home; ENT: "Fight or Flight")

In 2364, Harry Bernard created a sculpture of a dolphin, a Zadarian dolphin, native to the oceans of Zadar IV. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

There were dolphins aboard the USS Enterprise-D. Geordi La Forge showed some of them to Par Lenor in 2368. (TNG: "The Perfect Mate")

The dolphins aboard the Enterprise-D were originally to have been referenced in TNG: "Relics". In the first draft script of that outing, Geordi La Forge remarked to Montgomery Scott, "Wait until you see the dolphins." However, that statement, in the final draft of the script as well as the final edit of the installment, became, "Wait until you see the Holodeck." [1]
The Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual indicates that the dolphins were part of the ship's complement, serving as navigational specialists. This would indicate that they are, in fact, a sentient species. They likely operated out of Cetacean Ops.

In 2369, "dolphin" was a word which appeared to be displayed on a medical analysis, seen by Doctor Julian Bashir while suffering the effects of the aphasia virus. (DS9: "Babel")

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