These tropical dolphins live in large schools and are shy of boats. Although scientists had been aware of their existence for many years, they were not actively seen alive until the 1970s.
Fraser's dolphins grow to 2.4m and weigh around 100kg.
The dorsal surface of Fraser's dolphins are dark grey, extending to a lighter ventral region. They have a dark lateral stripe with a short beak, small dorsal fin, and tiny flippers.
Fraser's dolphins live in tropical oceans.
They feed on deep sea fish, shrimps and squid.
Fraser's dolphins live in schools of 100-500, often with other species.
They are classified as Data Deficient by the IUCN Red List.