Australian Snubfin Dolphin
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- Rare hybrid dolphin found on Broome beach
- Mr Cochrane said tissue analysis had since revealed the dolphin's mother to be an Australian snub fin dolphin. But he said the tests could not determine the origins of the father.
- Kimberley dolphins vulnerable to human activity, Murdoch University
- The researchers published the findings of a four-year study which provides the first estimates of the abundance of three shallow, inshore species of dolphin — the Australian snubfin, the Australian humpback and the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin.
- Rare snubfin dolphin photographed in Australia
- A park ranger in Australia recently snapped a photo of a rarely seen species of dolphin known as the snubfin. “Don't blink,” the Queensland National Parks Facebook post reads.
- Rare Snubfin Dolphin Seen Frolicking Off Australia
- A parks and wildlife ranger in Queensland, Australia was in the right place at the right time to take a picture of the rarely seen snubfin dolphin, Townsville Bulletin reported.
- Support our snubfin dolphin
- HELP ONE OF our rarest marine mammals – the protected Australian snubfin dolphin. It's thought there could be fewer than 10,000 adults of this highly sociable marine creature left, mostly in small populations along Australia's northern coastline.
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- Australian snubfin dolphin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Australian snubfin dolphin (Orcaella heinsohni) is a dolphin found off the northern coasts of Australia. It closely resembles the Irrawaddy dolphin (of the ...
- Australian Snubfin Dolphins, Orcaella heinsohni ~ MarineBio.org
- Find out what's known about Australian Snubfin Dolphins, Orcaella heinsohni, Mammalia, Cetacea, Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, ...
- Snubfin dolphins | wwf
- The highly social snubfin dolphin is a relatively small species that lives only in the waters of northern Australia. It grows to between 1.5 and 2.
- Orcaella heinsohni — Australian Snubfin Dolphin
- Australian Snubfin Dolphins are characterised by a broadly rounded head that is extremely mobile and usually has a visible neck crease (Beasley et al. 2005).
- Australian snubfin dolphin (Department of Environment and
- Aug 31, 2015 The Australian snubfin dolphin is a relatively small cetacean (dolphin and whale family). Adults average 2 metres in length. It has a blunt, ...
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