The Pacific White-Sided dolphin can be found in the North Pacific Ocean between North American and Asia. The dolphin is characterized for its white underside, dark grey back and light grey stripe running along its sides from its eye to its tail. The Pacific White-Sided dolphin feeds on hake, anchovies, squid, herring, salmon and cod.

It’s also known for its curious and active personality and often approaches boats. The dolphin usually travel in large groups of 90 individuals or more and occasionally in super groups of over 1000. They have a complex social structure and will often stay beside an injured individual.