Very little information is known about Andrew's beaked whales, and most has been gleaned from about 20 strandings.
Possibly a sub-species of Hubb's beaked whale.
Body length: 4.4.7m, Weight: 1-1.5 tonnes.
Andrew's beaked whales have a dark blue/black body with a white beak and strongly arched mouth-line. The teeth are visible in the middle of the beak and they curve outwards. They often have white scarring and have a small dorsal fin.
Andrew's beaked whales inhabit the south west Pacific and Indian Ocean.
They feed on squid.
Little is known about Andrew's beaked whales.
They are classified as Data Deficient by the 2000 Red List.