A pod of at least 7, 1-3 juveniles and 4-6 adults.
A pod of dolphins, some mothers with calves.
A pod seen swimming through the surf.
These dolphins are habituated to being fed by humans every morning.
Unmarked dark grey. No saddle behind the dorsal fins. A small pod of maybe 6-10 swimming leisurely by not far from shore.
Pod of Bottlenose Dolphin at the intersection of the East Cut (west end) with the Laguna Madre.
Oceanic dolphins are members of the cetacean family Delphinidae. These marine mammals are related to whales and porpoises. They are found worldwide, mostly in the shallower seas of the continental shelves. As the name implies, these dolphins tend to be found in the open seas, unlike the river dolphins, although a few species such as the Irrawaddy dolphin are coastal or riverine.