Global Range: Worldwide in all ocean basins from tropical to subpolar waters. Seldom seen alive; known mainly from occasional stranded specimens. Stranded specimens have been recorded from Cape Cod and the North Sea south to Tierra del Fuego and the Cape of Good Hope in the Atlantic, and from the southern Bering Sea south to Australia and New Zealand in the Pacific (the most frequently sighted medium-sized cetacean in the eastern tropical Pacific). Also Mediterranean, Caribbean, Sea of Japan, and Indian Ocean.
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