The Fraser's dolphin has small flippers and is colored grey-blue to grey-brown on the upper side. The belly is white and a dirty cream colored line runs along the flanks starting from the beak.
They are known to be deep divers.
Found in temperate waters.
289500 in the eastern Pacific, 13500 in the Eastern Sulu Sea, 10200 around the Hawaiian Islands
Large sharks and killer whales.
There are no detailed reports on the migratory behavior available.
Social system/Group size
Form very large groups of hundreds, sometimes thousands. Often seen in mixed groups with melon-headed whales, short-finned pilot whales, Risso's dolphins, bottlenose dolphins and sperm whales.
They mainly suffer from pollution, especially close to the shore. Entanglement in fishing gear and hunting are threats as well.
They are known to be able to dive up to 600 m deep.