Learn about Striped Dolphin (Stenella coeruleoalba)

Max length: 2.7 m

Max weight: 150 kg

Similar in appearance to spinners, the most distinguishing feature is a pair of black stripes – from eye to pectoral fin, and from eye to tail.  A shorter, darker snout than spinners, they also have a V-shaped contrast coloration along the sides.  Dorsal fin is curved without scars or chipping.  Traveling in large groups of several hundred to several thousand, they are rarely seen near shore, but rather prefer deep offshore waters.  

FunFact

Feeding primarily on squid . . .

Oceanic Cetacean Map

Cetacean in the Caribbean waters

You will find this specific Cetacean in the Caribbean sea
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Approachability
Although they will approach boats, they are not likely to come near swimmers.
Extinct
Extinct in Wild
Critically Endangered
Endangered
Vulnerable
Near Threatened
Least Concern