Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Bow Tie Guy of the Day: Hector's Dolphin
Hector's Dolphin ()
Estimated at a population of around 7000, Hector's Dolphin lives along the shallow coast of New Zealand. They are the smallest and rarest dolphins in the world. They are around 4 ft in length. Their biggest threat is baycatching. They are also threatened by pollution and being hit by boats.
I thought I was done with posting dolphin's, but my visit to Delphi inspired me to do one more. You can find out more about them at the World Wildlife website here.