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Figure S1. Length-frequency distribution of Argentine anchovy, E. anchoita, consumed by common dolphins, D. delphis, off North Patagonia. The sample set was split in two subsets: samples from San Matías Gulf and samples from offshore areas.

Figure S2. Length-frequency distribution of South American long-fin squid, L. sanpaulensis, eaten by common dolphins, D. delphis, and dusky dolphins, L. obscurus, off North Patagonia.

Figure S3. Length-frequency distribution of silver warehou, S. porosa, eaten by common dolphins, D. delphis, and dusky dolphins, L. obscurus, off North Patagonia.

Figure S4. Length-frequency distribution of Argentine anchovy, E. anchoita, eaten by dusky dolphins, L. obscurus. The sample off North Patagonia was split in two subsets: samples from San Matías Gulf and samples collected in Nuevo Gulf and offshore areas.

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