Pink River Dolphin
The Boto, or Amazon River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) is a freshwater or river dolphin. It is endemic to the Amazon River and Orinoco River systems. The Boto is the largest of the river dolphins. The IUCN lists Amazon Dolphin...
The Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis), also known as the Boto or pink river
dolphin, is a species of toothed whale classified in the family Iniidae.
The Amazon river dolphin, also known as pink river dolphins, is becoming
vulnerable in certain areas due to dams and contamination of rivers and lakes.
The Amazon River dolphin or Boto is a freshwater dolphin that inhabits the
waterways of the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers in South Amercia. It is the largest
in Ecuador (WWF): "Dozens of dolphins
have been sighted in the rivers
of Ecuador as part of a South American freshwater dolphin
survey in the Amazon
The South American river dolphin
survey expedition, which consists of scientists from Colombia, Peru,... More »
The Amazon River Dolphin, also called the boutu, boto, or bufeo, is the largest of
the freshwater dolphins, and like all freshwater dolphins it is endangered ...
The Amazon River dolphin averages about 6.5 feet in length. They come in all
shades of pink, from a dull gray-pink, to rosy colored pink, to a bright pink like that
Interesting facts about Pink Amazon River Dolphin.
Inia geoffrensis species guide. The Amazon River dolphin, also known as the
boto, is found in the murky waters of the major rivers and tributaries of the
Up to 9 feet (2.7 meters) long and 300 pounds (136.1 kilograms), Pink River
Dolphins are the largest freshwater dolphins in the world.