The Golfinho-comum (Tursiops truncatus) also known as Golfinho-nariz-de-garrafa, Golfinho-roaz ou Roaz-corvineiro, is perhaps the most famous and known species of dolphin in the world. In Brazil, is distributed in offshore waters between the North and South. The largest Golfinho-comum of the world are in Lagoa dos Patos, which can reach 4 meters in length. In general, and average weight and 500 pounds. It feeds on small fish, squid, octopus and crustaceans. Their range of colors ranging from cream to gray or even black.