A Wholphin or Wolphin is a rare born from a mating of a female () with a male (). The name implies a hybrid of whale and dolphin, although , both are within the "" family, which is within the "" suborder. Although they have been reported to exist in the wild, there are currently only two in captivity, both at in .
The debut issue of the "Wholphin" DVD includes Spike Jonze's revealing and never publicly screened portrait of Al Gore, made during the election campaign of 1999; an excerpt from David O. Russell's controversial film on U.S. soldiers in Iraq; Miguel Arteta and Miranda July's beautiful short, "Are You The Favorite Person Of Anybody?;" a bewildered Selma Blair's eventful visit to the gynecologist; a Turkish sitcom re-subtitled by several notable writers; some rare 1970s Iranian animation which was smuggled out of the country; a Dutch artist singing classic rock backward; and a sudden and unexplained appearance by David Byrne.
Wholphin, sometimes written wolphin, is the name given to a hybrid marine mammal born by crossing a dolphin and a false killer whale, the latter of which is actually a species of dolphin, despite its name. The only verifiable examples of this are the wholphins born at Sea Life Park in Oahu, Hawaii. One is an individual named Kekaimalu, born in 1985, that is a cross between a bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, and a false killer whale, Pseudorca crassidens.