Andrew’s Beaked Whale
Have a short, thick white beak. The males have wide, flat teeth sticking out of the mouth and are dark blue to black with a lighter mark between the dorsal fin and the blowhole. They also have many scars. The females are slate gray with a white mark and belly. The dorsal fin is very small.
The lack of sightings in the wild indicates that they are shy or extremely hard to identify at sea.
Southern, circumpolar north of the Antarctic convergence
Social system/Group size
Unknown, but they are possibly directly threatend by the climate change.
Most of the knowledge comes only from strandings.