Communal hunters that are regularly spotted off the Falkland Islands
Our Expert Says… "Often a highlight of visits to the Falklands, we also often find Peale's dolphin bow riding the ships as they sail through the Beagle Channel on the way out from or into Ushuaia - a fantastic start or end to an Antarctic exploration!"
Peale’s dolphin (sometimes known as the black-chinned dolphin) is a small species that is endemic to the coastal waters off the southern tip of South America. They can be seen on both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and they are frequently spotted around the Falkland Islands.
Pictures of Peale's Dolphin
Highlights where the Peale's Dolphin can be seen
Beagle Channel & Lectures
Our trips to spot the Peale's Dolphin