Whales and Dolphins in the Strait of Gibraltar
Pilot whales in the Strait of Gibraltar are looking for a sponsor. We introduce them here.
Toni is a very lively Pilot Whale baby. He keeps his whole family on the go.
Dientes (Teeth) got his name thanks to the toothed outline of his dorsal fin.
Johnny, a robust and strong pilot whale male with elegant appearance, dominant with strong character.
Edu seems to have taken over the task of protecting the injured pilot whale named Curro.
Sierra is a young female pilot whale and can be easily identified by the striking shape of her dorsal fin, which looks a bit like a saw.
Nina is a female pilot whale who recently gave birth to her first calf.
Ponce is – with his approximately eight meters – one of the largest pilot whales in the Strait of Gibraltar.
Fernando has been chipped by a group of scientist in order to, to be able to follow his movements via satellite.
Baby Hook is the mother of a charming calf and easily identified by her dorsal fin that has the shape of a hook.
Franzfin is a strong and dominant pilot whale and likes to show up in front of the firmm boats.
Gorro is a large pilot whale and we can identify him by his dorsal fin, which has the shape of a cap.
This young pilot whale Vicente has got many small injuries and nicks on his back caused by fishing nets.
Pedro is a fully grown male and easy to recognize, due to his two notches in his dorsal fin.