The Vaquita Dolphin is only found in the northern part of the Gulf of California. They are considered to be the most endangered cetacean (Aquatic Mamal) in the world. It is believed that there are only about 30 left in the wild. Recovery efforts are being put forward to help pen and breed them, hopefully bringing their population back up. Unlike other cetaceans, the Vaquitas mostly are found alone, or in a small group of only two or three dolphins. Their name, Vaquita, is Spanish for "Little Cow".