The white-beaked dolphin (Lagenorhynchus albirostris) is a marine mammal
belonging to the family Delphinidae (dolphins) in the suborder Odontoceti (
Although it is called the white-beaked dolphin, many individuals may have grey
or black beaks. Beak colour is highly variable, though the very tip of the beak is ...
Dec 12, 2012 ... Did You Know? · Lagenorhynchus, the scientific name for the genus of white-
beaked dolphins, is derived from the Latin word lagenos for ...
Description. The white-beaked dolphin has a robust appearance. The dorsal fin
is in the middle of the back, erect and strongly curved. Adults grow between to ...
Physical description. The white-beaked dolphin grows up to 3.1 metres and is
sturdy and plump-looking. The body is mostly black or grey with a pale saddle ...
The white-beaked dolphin has a stocky build and a very short rostrum. They are
curious and often approach boats. White-beaked dolphins are found throughout ...
Find out what's known about White-beaked Dolphins, Lagenorhynchus albirostris
, Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, ...
The white beaked dolphin is the most common dolphin in Icelandic waters,
frequently spotted on whale watching tours.
The white beaked dolphin is a medium-sized dolphin that can be found
swimming in the north eastern and western Atlantic hemispheres. As the name
THE WHITE BEAKED DOLPIN IN UK WATERS. DESCRIPTION. The white-
beaked dolphin. Lagenorhynchus albirostris is a large and very robust dolphin ...