White-Sided Dolphin is a robust animal with a sharply-pointed
dorsal fin and flippers. The skin colour is quite characteristic:
the dorsal surface, including the upper jaw, flippers
and flukes, is black, with the lower jaw and undersides
are white as far back as the middle of the tail stock.
The sides are grey, which travels down to cover the
rest of the tail stock, apart from two distinct patches.
One is brilliant white, starting below the dorsal fin
and ending at the tail stock, where the second patch
appears. This one is yellow-tan in colour. Each jaw
has 30-40 pairs of teeth, and maximum body length is
between 2.5 and 2.8m.