The following animals are considered LEAST CONCERN by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN):
Atlantic white-sided dolphins have a robust body, short beak, and a distinct color pattern, including a bi-colored beak. Their back,
Bowhead whales are mysticetes, which means they have "baleen" plates instead of teeth for filtering food out of the ocean.
Northern right whale dolphins are members of the delphinid family and the subfamily Lissodelphinae. They are approximately 6.5-10 ft (2-3 m) in
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).
Short-beaked common dolphins are small dolphins under 9 feet (2.7 m) long and weigh about 440 pounds (200 kg). As adults, males
Melon-headed whales are small members of the dolphin group. They can reach a length of 9 feet (2.7 m) and weight of
Fur seals are the smallest seals and closely related to dogs and sea lions, able to walk on all fours.
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
Cuvier's beaked whales, sometimes called "goose-beaked whales," are members of the beaked whale family (Ziphiidae). They can reach lengths of