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Long-beaked common dolphinDelphinus capensis 

This photograph was taken by Anne Douglas on 8/4/2003 located at 25.78°N, 113.22°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.

Long-beaked common dolphinDelphinus capensis 

This photograph was taken by Michael Richlen on 11/2/2003 located at 9.74°S, 78.59°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.

Long-beaked common dolphinDelphinus capensis 

This photograph was taken by Anne Douglas on 8/4/2003 located at 25.78°N, 113.22°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.

Long-beaked common dolphinDelphinus capensis 

This photograph was taken by Mike Force on 11/2/2003 located at 9.74°S, 78.59°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.

Long-beaked common dolphinDelphinus capensis 

This photograph was taken by Shannon Rankin on 11/3/2003 located at 8.54°S, 79.20°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.

Long-beaked common dolphinDelphinus capensis 

This photograph was taken by Holly Fearnbach on 11/3/2003 located at 8.54°S, 79.20°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.