Stock Photo - Adult Peale's Dolphin Lagenorhynchus australis foraging in extremely shallow water in Gypsy Cove, just outside of Stanley in the Falkland Islands
Stock Photo - Adult Peale's Dolphin Lagenorhynchus australis foraging in extremely shallow water in Gypsy Cove, just outside of Stanley in the Falkland Islands ...
, South Atlantic Ocean It is also commonly known as the Black-chinned Dolphin or even Peale's Black-chinned Dolphin Though it is traditionally placed in the genus Lagenorhynchus, recent molecular analyses indicate that Peale's Dolphin is actually more closely related to the dolphins of the genus Cephalorhynchus If true, this would mean that this species must either be transferred to Cephalorhynchus or be given a new genus of their own An alternate genus that has been proposed for this species as well as the Pacific White-sided Dolphin and Dusky Dolphin is Sagmatias Peale's Dolphin is of typical size in its family - about 1m in length at birth and 2 1m when fully mature Its adult weight is about 115kg
Specialist Stock RM
Up to XL35 MBA4+
(4220 x 2813 px -
14.1" x 9.4" -