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|Type||New Zealand, Animal|
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Maui's Dolphin has the parts of a regular dolphin. It has steel blue skin, a dark blue dorsal fin, dark blue flippers and flukes, and a white underbelly.
When it is hopping, it spreads its flippers and tail and leaves a trail of water droplets. It also makes flopping sounds similar to Floppy Fish.
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- The Maui's Dolphin mascot is based on the real life Maui's dolphin, only found in the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand.
- Maui’s dolphin is the world’s rarest and smallest subspecies of dolphin, and is critically endangered.
- Maui's Dolphin is also known as the popoto. The word "Māui" in the dolphin's name comes from Te Ika-a-Māui, the Māori name for New Zealand's North Island. However, the Māori word for the dolphin itself is popoto.