|Binomial name||Steno bredanensis|
The rough-toothed dolphin has a dark gray body, with a cape along the dorsal area. They have pink or white blotches on the side and underneath.
The rough-toothed dolphin has a fairly long beak and a conical head with whitish lips.
They grow from 6.8-9.2 ft (2.1-2.8m) with the females slightly smaller than the males.
Their diet consists mainly of fishing squid. They can be found in the Gulf of Mexico and Gulf of California, and can be seen in pods of 10-20.