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Irrawaddy dolphin - Wikipedia


The Irrawaddy dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) is a euryhaline species of oceanic dolphin found in discontinuous subpopulations near sea coasts and in estuaries  ...

Irrawaddy Dolphin | Species | WWF


Irrawaddy dolphins are found in coastal areas in South and Southeast Asia, and in three rivers: the Ayeyarwady (Myanmar), the Mahakam (Indonesian Borneo) ...

Irrawaddy dolphin | WWF


The Irrawaddy dolphin exists in small isolated populations around Southeast Asia. Some populations are close to extinction such as the those in the Mekong ...

Orcaella brevirostris (Irrawaddy Dolphin, Snubfin Dolphin)


Range Description: Irrawaddy dolphins have a discontinuous distribution in the tropical and subtropical Indo-Pacific, almost exclusively in estuarine and fresh ...

Irrawaddy Dolphin Species Guide - Whale and Dolphin Conservation


Orcaella brevirostris species guide - The Irrawaddy dolphin is found in some of the major rivers and coastal waters of Asia. Its habitat is under threat from human  ...

Irrawaddy dolphin videos, photos and facts - Orcaella brevirostris ...


A particularly distinctive dolphin, the Irrawaddy has a rounded head with no beak and a flexible neck, causing visible creases behind the head. Although most ...

Irrawaddy dolphins functionally extinct in Laos - Phys.org


Oct 26, 2016 ... The population of critically endangered Mekong River Dolphins—also known as Irrawaddy Dolphins — in the Cheuteal trans-boundary pool ...

CMS: Orcaella brevirostris, Irrawaddy dolphin


Orcaella brevirostris (Gray, 1866). English: Irrawaddy dolphin. German: Irrawadi Delphin Spanish: Delfín del Irrawaddy French: Orcelle. Family Delphinidae.

Myanmar's 'smiling' Irrawaddy dolphins on brink of extinction


Jan 17, 2017 ... Irrawaddy dolphins can be found in rivers, lakes and seas across southern Asia, from the northwest Bay of Bengal, in India, to the south of ...

Only 3 Irrawaddy dolphins remain in Laos – - Mongabay


Oct 27, 2016 ... Only three Irrawaddy dolphins survive in Laos now, down from six individuals surveyed earlier this year, a recent survey by a WWF team found.