Peale's dolphin (Lagenorhynchus australis) is a small dolphin found in the waters
around Tierra del Fuego at the foot of South America. It is also commonly ...
The Peale's dolphin is the largest of the three species of the genus
Lagenorhynchus that inhabit the southern hemisphere's waters. 'Australis' refers
to its ...
Find out what's known about Peale's Dolphins, Lagenorhynchus australis,
Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats,
Lagenorhynchus australis (Peale, 1848). English: Peale's dolphin. German:
Peale Delphin Spanish: Delfín austral. French: Dauphin de Peale.
Peale's dolphin (Lagenorhynchus australis). Group formation: Social groups 10-
30. Size: 2.1m, calf 1m. Weight: 115 kg, calf unknown. Age: unknown.
(Peale, 1848) - Peale's dolphin. Distinctive Characteristics The general body
shape of Peale's dolphin is typical for dolphins of the genus Lagenorhynchus.
Peale's dolphins are a little-known species that inhabit the waters around the
southern tip of South America.
As is true for many cetaceans inhabiting remote parts of the Southern
Hemisphere, observation and good photographs of Peale's dolphins are more
rare than for ...
Peale's Dolphins/photo: Birgit Winning Peale's Dolphin-Birgit Winning Peale's
Dolphins/photo: Birgit Winning Peales Dolphin1 Peales Dolphin/NOAA.
Peale's dolphin (Lagenorhynchus australis) is expected to use the NBHF signal
as its sister species, the hourglass dolphin, uses NBHF signals, and both ...