It is the third largest member of the dolphin family.
A small, fat, dark upper body, with black & white side markings.
It is the world's largest dolphin.
This is a dolphin and not a whale; small with bulbous head.
It is about the same size as an average man.
The third most frequently encountered dolphin in Namibia.
It has faint ridges on the crowns of the teeth, hence the name.
The only dolphin in this hemisphere without a dorsal fin.
This is the best-known species of dolphin.
It is gregarious and can be seen in schools of hundreds.
They are associated with the colder waters of the Benguela Current.
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