A Pacific White Sided Dolphin plays in the waves along North Vancouver Island, Johnston Straight.
"Pacific white-sided dolphins, known for the distinct coloring that give them their name, are a playful and highly social marine mammal. They are also sometimes known as the “hookfin porpoise” because of their large, curved dorsal fin, though they are not technically porpoises.
In the United States, Pacific white-sided dolphins live off the coasts of California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. They can be seen travelling in schools of thousands, but group sizes are usually between 10 and 100 animals. These extremely playful dolphins are often seen “bow riding” (swimming near the front part of a ship) and jumping, somersaulting, or even spinning in the air."
This poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish.
• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant