|Binomial name||Lagenodelphis hosei|
Fraser’s dolphin is named after Francis Charles Fraser; a cetologist, found a skeleton in the British Museum. They grow from 6.6-8.9ft (2-2.7m), with a weight of 290-460 lb.
Some Fraser’s dolphin has a mask, with a distinctive pinkish underside to their body and jaw. They have a bluish-gray or brownish-gray upperside, with a dark band running along the face.
They are generally seen in large schools of 50-100, although herds of several thousand have been spotted.