The Fraser's Dolphin
is an Oceanic dolphin. It can be found in the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans as well as
in France. The Fraser's body is stocky and fusiform. Its snout is short and rounded. The dorsal fin is
median, small, and falcate. The
pectorals are small and thin and
the caudal fin is small and has a median notch. The back is dark gray,
the stomach is pinkish white The two parallel stripes are on the
flanks. The upper one is white, and the lower one is black
or dark gray. There is a black bland from the mouth to the
pectoral fins. The throat and chin are white. There are 40 to 44
teeth on their upper jaw and 39 to 44 on the lower jaw.
lbs. - 300 lbs.
Pacific, and Atlantic oceans, and France
Fish, Gonostomatidae, Moridae, octopus and crab