Risso’s Dolphin

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R isso's dolphin (Grampus griseus) is the fi fth largest member of the family Delphinidae, with adults of both sexes reaching up to about 4 m in length (Fig. 1). The common name comes from the person (M. Risso) who described the type specimen to G. Cuvier in 1812. Risso's dolphins are unusual looking for a variety of reasons. Their anterior body is(More)
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