The smallest dolphin in the world is the Hector’s Dolphin, measuring at an average of about 1.4 meters (about 4 feet 7 inches). They are native to the waters around New Zealand, and there are only about 8000 left. But generally, any dolphin that exists in coastal waters will be much, much smaller than their oceanic cousins.
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The tucuxi dolphin also know as the buffeo, is the smallest dolphin species in the world. Its habitat is in the lakes, rivers, and estuaries in the Amazon region of South America. It rarely grows longer than 4 feet and weighs 66 pounds on average. The Tucuxi is frequently described as looking similar to the bottle nose dolphin but alot smaller.
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