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Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Chris Cutler on 8/10/2006 located at 24.10°N, 109.07°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 11/1/2003 located at 15.20°N, 101.07°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 10/23/2003 located at 12.56°N, 93.82°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 8/18/2006 located at 20.99°N, 107.87°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 11/5/2006 located at 15.28°N, 96.95°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 11/5/2006 located at 15.28°N, 96.95°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 11/5/2006 located at 15.28°N, 96.95°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 10/23/2003 located at 12.56°N, 93.82°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 10/28/2006 located at 15.02°N, 99.50°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 11/5/2006 located at 15.28°N, 96.95°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 8/18/2006 located at 21.29°N, 107.57°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Gary Friedrichsen on 8/18/2006 located at 20.990°N, 107.87°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 8/18/2006 located at 21.29°N, 107.57°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 8/18/2006 located at 21.29°N, 107.57°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 9/12/2007 located at 14.75°N, 104.71°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Cornelia Oedekoven on 11/14/2006 located at 17.28°N, 104.08°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 11/3/2006 located at 15.40°N, 99.49°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 8/10/2006 located at 24.10°N, 109.07°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.

Pantropical spotted dolphinStenella attenuata 
This photograph was taken by Adam Ü on 8/10/2006 located at 24.10°N, 109.07°W during a survey of cetaceans in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For more information on marine mammal research, please refer to the SWFSC's Marine Mammal and Turtle Division.