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 distribution of the Atlantic white-sided dolphin is the cool temperate and
subartic waters of the north Atlantic Ocean from southern Greenland to ...
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 ...
Taxonomic Notes: The Atlantic White-sided Dolphin is currently placed in a multi-
species genus (Cipriano 1997). However, molecular analyses suggest that it is ...
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
Not much is known about the social structure of these pods as Atlantic White-
sided Dolphins have not been studied in great detail. We can make some
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 ...