Fraser's dolphin (Lagenodelphis hosei) or the Sarawak dolphin is a cetacean in
the family Delphinidae found in deep waters in the Pacific Ocean and to a lesser
This species of dolphin was first described scientifically by cetologist Francis
Charles Fraser in 1956 from a mislabelled skeleton in the British Museum. He
Dec 12, 2012 ... Fraser's Dolphin (Lagenodelphis hosei) Photo: Robert Pitman, NOAA. Did You
Know? · Fraser's dolphins were first described in 1956, but were ...
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Range Description: The exact distribution of this species is poorly known.
Fraser's Dolphin has a pantropical distribution, largely between 30°N and 30°S in
Fraser's dolphin is a mid-sized dolphin that can be found most commonly
traveling in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. These dolphins are known for their large
Fraser's dolphins (Lagenodelphis hosei) off the island of Hawaii, April 30, 2008.
Photo (c) Robin W. Baird. We have only documented Fraser's dolphins once in ...
Lagenodelphis hosei Fraser, 1956. English: Fraser's dolphin. German: Borneo-
Delphin Spanish: Delfín de Fraser French: Dauphin de Fraser.
Apr 17, 2007 ... Fraser's Dolphin was first recognized in 1956. The skull of this dolphin was
discovered on the Island of Borneo around 1895 by Mr. Charles E.
Fraser's dolphins belong to the Mammalian Order Cetacea, in the suborder
Odontoceti. All toothed whales belong to the suborder Odontoceti, which is Latin