The Pacific white-sided dolphin (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens) is a robust species that dwell in the temperate waters of the North Pacific Ocean.
Although we’ve been fascinated by these animals for thousands of years, it wasn’t until approximately the 1940’s that research in the field of marine mammals began.
There are approximately 39 species of oceanic dolphins that belong to the family Delphinidae and five species of river dolphins which dwell in freshwater.
Like humans, dolphins are entirely dependent on their sophisticated senses for survival and advantage product of a superior intelligence.
Dolphin breeding from the courtship of the male to the birth of the offspring ending in a dedicated maternal care and lifetime bonds.