Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis)
The Atlantic spotted dolphin is an oceanic species, they live in big groups of around 50-100 individuals. They are extremely friendly with the boats, approaching to them and bow riding. This species can be seen travelling with other species of dolphins such as bottlenose and common dolphins.
They feed on small school of fish and they are often associated with groups of birds such as yellow-legged gulls and Cory’s shearwaters.
Atlantic spotted dolphins are grey when they are born but they
start getting spots on their skin with the age.