About the Dolphin
The colored markings of the Striped Dolphin make them easy to spot. They have a blue stripe that runs from the rostrum, which is dark in color, around their eyes and along their backs, ending just behind their dorsal fins. The bellies of the striped dolphin are either
white or pink, while the overall coloration varies from grey tones to a browner coloration.
They can reach lengths of up to 2.6 metres and can reach 60 years of age. They travel in groups of more than 100 individuals, feeding on small fish and squid. The Striped Dolphin lives in all the world's oceans, preferring the temperate and tropical waters (preferring 18-22 degrees celsius.