The following animals are considered LEAST CONCERN by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN):
Rough-toothed dolphins are small members of the dolphin group that can grow up to 8.5 feet (2.6 m) long and about 350
Like other dolphins of the genus Stenella, these are relatively small dolphins, reaching lengths of 6 to 7 feet (2 m) and
Fraser's dolphins are members of the delphinid family. They are about 6-9 feet (2-2.7 m) long and weigh 350-450 pounds (160-210 kg).
Spotted seals are members of the "true seal" family, Phocidae. They have a round head, narrow snout, small body, and
Gray seals are part of the "true seal" family, Phocidae. True seals lack external ear flaps and have short forelimbs
Ringed seals are part of the "true seal" family Phocidae. The ringed seal is the smallest and most common seal
The Baikal Seal belongs to the Phocina group of northern seals, which includes the Ringed Seals (Pusa), the Harbour
Harp seals are part of the family Phocidae, known as the "true" or "earless" seals because they lack external ear
Bowhead whales are mysticetes, which means they have "baleen" plates instead of teeth for filtering food out of the ocean.
Atlantic white-sided dolphins have a robust body, short beak, and a distinct color pattern, including a bi-colored beak. Their back,