The diet of M. carlhubbsi includes squid, other cephalopods, and fish. According to Ridgway and Harrison (1989), it is believed that M. carlhubbsi feeds mainly on squid, which is characteristic of beaked whales. However, all information is based on stranded animals. It is possible that the stranded individuals might not be representative of the whole population.
Animal Foods: fish; mollusks
Primary Diet: carnivore (Piscivore , Molluscivore )