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Humpback dolphin - Wikipedia


Cetacea range map Atlantic Humpback Dolphin.PNG. Atlantic humpback dolphin range. Humpback dolphins are members of the genus Sousa. These dolphins are characterized by the ...

Atlantic humpbacked dolphin videos, photos and facts - Sousa ...


Learn more about the Atlantic humpbacked dolphin - with amazing Atlantic humpbacked dolphin photos and facts on ARKive.

Sousa teuszii (Atlantic Hump-backed Dolphin, Atlantic Humpbacked ...


The Atlantic Humpback Dolphin appears to be isolated from other humpback dolphins by a gap in distribution of at least 2,000 km on the southwestern coast of  ...

Atlantic Hump-backed Dolphins, Sousa teuszii ~ MarineBio.org


Find out what's known about Atlantic Hump-backed Dolphins, Sousa teuszii, Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding ...

Atlantic Humpback Dolphin Species Guide - WDC


Sousa teuszii species guide. There has been debate as to the validity of this species but it is now accepted, from both morphological and genetic evidence.

CMS: Sousa teuszii, Atlantic hump-backed dolphin


English: Atlantic humpback dolphin, Cameroon dolphin. German: Kamerun- Flußdelphin Spanish: Delfín jorobado del Atlántico French: Dauphin du Cameroun.

Atlantic Humpbacked Dolphin - Sousa teuszii - Details ...


Descriptions and articles about the Atlantic Humpbacked Dolphin, scientifically known as Sousa teuszii in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief ...

hump backed dolphins - ConserveNature.org


There are two species of hump-backed dolphins, the Atlantic hump-backed dolphin, Sousa teuszii, and the Indo-Pacific hump-backed dolphin, Sousa chinensis.

Atlantic humpback dolphin Conservation Case Study | The ...


11252459) - Atlantic humpback dolphin -. The whale and dolphin fauna of the West Africa region is diverse, but also unstudied, unprotected and in many regions ...

ADW: Sousa teuszii: INFORMATION


Atlantic humpbacked dolphins live in tropical coastal waters off western Africa, from central Morocco southward to southern Angola. (Reeves, et al., 2008).