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Acrodelphis P Acrophyseter Africanacetus Agabelus Agorophius
Albertocetus Albireo P Allodelphis Anacharsis Anisodelphis
Anoplonassa Apenophyseter Aporotus P Aprixokogia Araeodelphis
Archaeodelphis Archaeophocaena Archaeoziphius P Arimidelphis Astadelphis
Atocetus Atropatenocetus Auiophyseter P Aulophyseter P Auroracetus
Australithax P Australodelphis P C Australosqualodon Belemnoziphius Belosphys
Beluga Beneziphius Beneziphus Berardiopsis Berardius
Bohaskia Brachydelphis Brygmophyseter Caviziphius Cetorhynchus
Champsodelphis Choneziphius Chrysostoma Dalpiazina Delphinapterus
Delphinavus Delphinopsis Delphinus Denebola Diaphorocetus
Dinoziphius Diochotichus Dioplodon Eboroziphius Etruridelphis
Eucetus Eudelphinus Eudelphis Ferecetotherium Gargantuodon
Globicephala Globicephalus Globicetus Globiocephalus Goniodelphis
Graamocetus Graphiodon Haborophocoena Haplocetus Helvicetus
Hemisynthachelus Hemisyntrachelus Hesperocetus Hesperoinia Homaeocetus
Homocetus Hoplocetus Hyperoodon Idiophyseter Idiorophus
Ihlengesi Imerodelphis Imocetus Inia Ischyrorhynchus
Ixacanthus Izikoziphius Kharthlidelphis Khoikhoicetus Kogia
Kogiopsis Lagenorhynchus Lamprolithax Leviathan C Lipotes
Lissodelphis Livyatan P C Lomacetus Lonchodelphis Loncodelphis
Loxolithax Macrochirifer Medoicinia Megalodelphis Meganeuron C
Meherrinia Mesoplodon Messapicetus Michaletia Microberardius
Microsqualodon Miodelphis Miokogia Miophocaena Mioziphius
Mirocetus Monodon Naganocetus Nannolithax Nazcacetus
Nenga Ninoziphius Notoziphius Numataphocoena Odobenocetops C
Oedolithax Orca C Orcinus Orcopsis Orycterocetus
Pachyacanthus Pagiodon Palaeodelphis Palaeophoca Palaeophocaena
Palaeoziphius Paleophoca Paracetus Parapontoparia Parapontoporia
Pelodelphis Pelycorhamphus Phocaena Phocoena Physeter
Physeterula Physetodon Piscolithax Piscorhynchus Placoziphius
Platalearostrum Platanista Platydelphis Platylithax Plicodontinia
Pliopontos Pomatodelphis Pontistes Pontivaga Pontoporia
Potamodelphis Praekogia Preaulophyseter Prepomatodelphis Prioinia
Prionodelphis Priscodelphinus Priscophyseter Procetus Proinia
Prolipotes Prophyseter Proroziphius Protodelphinus Protoglobicephala
Protophocaena Pseudorca Pterocetus Pterophocaena Rhabodosteus
Rhinostodes Salumiphocaena Salumniphocaena Saurocetes Saurodelphis
Scaldicetus Scaphokogia Scaptodon Septemriocetus Septemtriocetus
Septidelphis Simocetus Sinanodelphis Sotalia Squaloziphius
Stenasodelphis Stenella Steno Stenodelphis Stereodelphis
Sulakocetus Thalassocetus Tretosphrys Tretosphys Tursiops
Tusciziphius Waipatia Xenorophus P Xhosacetus Zarhachis
Zarhinocetus Ziphioides Ziphiopsis Ziphirostrum Ziphius
Zygophyseter P

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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