Atlantic Spotted Dolphin

Atlantic Spotted Dolphin

Atlantic Spotted Dolphin (Stenella frontalis). The Atlantic spotted dolphin is very long, with a size of about 7 ½ feet when fully mature. They can weigh from 240 to 360 with the males being much larger than the females

Clymene Dolphin

Clymene Dolphin

Clymene Dolphin (Stenella clymene). You will find the Clymene dolphin living in the tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It isn’t fully known though exactly where all in this region they happen to live.

Common Dolphin

Common Dolphin

Common Dolphin (Delphinus delphis). There are two species of dolphins that fall into the category of Common Dolphin. The Short-Beaked Common Dolphin and the Long-Beaked Common Dolphin that are recognized

Hector’s Dolphin

Hector’s Dolphin

Hector’s Dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hectori). One of the rarest of all dolphins in the world is the Hector’s Dolphin. It is also classified as one of the smallest marine dolphins.

Killer Whale

Killer Whale

Killer Whale (Orcinus Orca). They are the largest member of that dolphin family, scientifically called the Delphinidae. You may hear the Killer Whale commonly referred to as the Orca.

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