The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin is a
coastal dolphin. It can be found in the Cape of Good Hope, Red
Sea, Indonesian Achipelago, Australia and the Canton river. When
aging the Indo- Pacific dolphin begins to grow a greasy tissue,
that resembles a bump. In front of the dorsal
fin. This species
snout is rather slender. The dorsal fin is triangular, and is
found in the middle of the back. The pectoral
fins are short and
paddle shaped. The caudral fin is well developed and has a median
notch. Some of this dolphins are an ivory or a white stomach
with the rest of the body dark gray. There are 32 to 37 small
coned shaped teeth on the upper jaw. On the lower jaw there are 32
to 34 teeth on each side.
6in to 10ft 6in
3in to 3ft 6in
to 305 lbs.
of Good Hope, Red Sea, Indonesian Achipelago, Australia,
and the Canton river.
mollusks, and crustaceans
creakings and whistiling