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- The Australian Snubfin Dolphin: A case for legal protection
- What do we know about the Australian snubfin dolphin? 04.
- Snubfin dolphin - WWF Australia
- Snubfin Dolphin. Orcaella heinsohni.
- 1 Orcaella heinsohni (Beasley, Robertson and Arnold, 2005
- English: Australian snubfin dolphin. German: Australischer Stupsflossen-Delphin. Spanish: Delfín a aleta chata de Australia.
- Population sizes, site fidelity and residence patterns of Australian
- of Australian snubfin and Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins: Implications for conservation. Guido J. Parraa,b,*, Peter J.
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- Meet the Burrunan, a newly-identified species of dolphin
- "This is an incredibly fascinating discovery as there have only been three new dolphin species formally described and recognised since the late 1800s," Charlton-Robb said of her research.
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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.
- CMS: Orcaella heinsohni, Australian snubfin dolphin
- The Australian snubfin dolphin resembles the Irrawaddy dolphin (O. brevirostris), but, as opposed to its congener, the dorsal groove is absent.
- WWF - Discovering Australia's snubfin dolphin
- A new species of dolphin was found in Australia's northern waters in 2005.
- Australian snubfin dolphin (Department of Environment and
- Feb 23, 2011 The Australian snubfin dolphin is a relatively small cetacean (dolphin and whale family). Adults average 2 metres in length.
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