On June 9, 2016, we documented what looked like grieving behaviour by a striped dolphin *Stenella coeruleoalba* towards a subadult conspecific. The event was filmed during a Marine Biology Field Course by Texas A&M University, organised in collaboration with OceanCare and Dolphin Biology and Conservation in the Gulf of Corinth, Greece.
For more information on cetacean responses to dead conspecifics (and whether or not it may be grieving) please see: Bearzi G., Kerem D., Furey N.B., Pitman R.L., Rendell L., Reeves R.R. 2018. Whale and dolphin behavioural responses to dead conspecifics. Zoology sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0944200618300473