|Binomial name||Lagenorhynchus albirostris|
The white-beaked dolphin is very large for a species of dolphin. They can grow from 7.9-10.2 ft, weighing from 400-770 lb.
They have white, black and gray marking, with their tail usually paler. They have a white patch on each side.
Their flippers are mostly dark, with a brown or gray beak. They can be found in St Lawrence River, the Gulf of St Lawrence and around Newfoundland.