A vaquita's mating season is april to may.
Vaquitas give birth to one calf roughly every two years.
Vaquita calves are 28 to 31 inches long, and about 17 pounds at birth.
The oldest known vaquita lived to 21 years.
Vaquita means "Little cow" in spanish.
Some believe the vaquita is a mythical creature.
The vaquita is the smallest porpoise in the order cetacea.
The vaquita was considered abundant in the 1900s.
Some common names for the vaquita are Gulf of california harbor porpoise, cochito and vaquita marina.
The vaquita was first documented by science in 1958.