The Atlantic white-sided dolphin (Lagenorhynchus acutus) is a distinctively
coloured dolphin found in the cool to temperate waters of the North Atlantic
Find out what's known about Atlantic White-sided Dolphins, Lagenorhynchus
acutus, Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and
The Atlantic white-sided dolphin is a large, robust species, which is easily
recognised by the obvious yellow patch towards the rear of the flanks. The
Atlantic white-sided dolphins are robust and , with a maximum girth of up to 60%
of total length. The tail stock is laterally compressed into vertical keels and the ...
The Atlantic white-sided dolphin is a mid – large-sized dolphin that can be found
traveling in the North Atlantic ocean. Given its name because of its white belly ...
The distribution of the Atlantic white-sided dolphin is the cool temperate and
subartic waters of the north Atlantic Ocean from southern Greenland to ...
Taxonomic Notes: The Atlantic White-sided Dolphin is currently placed in a multi-
species genus (Cipriano 1997). However, molecular analyses suggest that it is ...
White-sided dolphins come in two forms: the Atlantic white-sided and the Pacific
white-sided. Somewhat similar in appearance, the Atlantic species is larger and ...
Jul 24, 2016 ... A great addition to any whale watch out of Gloucester is a sighting of Atlantic
White-Sided Dolphins leaping and splashing at the ocean's ...
The Atlantic white-sided dolphin has a very distinctive colour pattern, making it
fairly easy to identify. The upper surface including the tall, falcate dorsal fin is