Pair of drawings of a Vaquita in jumping and front positions

Vaquitas are a marine mammal that have a very particular appearance with their eyes and mouth blacked out and their upper side of the body is grey. Vaquitas are small mammals and one of the world's rarest. In 2018, researchers discovered that less than 10 vaquitas remain in the wild. Vaquitas have been on the endangered species list since the late 90s. Their environment is in the Gulf of California in Mexico, which is about 900 square miles. A big factor of their extinction is from increasingly lack of fish, squid, and crustaceans that make up their diet.

The typical Vaquita has an overall height of 12”-14” (30-36 cm) and body length of 4’-5’ (1.2-1.5 m). An average Vaquita weighs between 100-110 lb (45-50 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 20 years (average).


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12”-14” | 30-36 cm
4’-5’ | 1.2-1.5 m
100-110 lb | 45-50 kg
Scientific Name:
Phocoena sinus
20 years (average)


Drawings include:
Vaquita side elevation, jumping, front

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