The tucuxi (Sotalia fluviatilis), alternatively in Peru bufeo gris or bufeo negro, is a
species of freshwater dolphin found in the rivers of the Amazon Basin. The word ...
Tucuxis are found in the Amazon drainage as far inland as southern Peru,
eastern Ecuador, and southeastern Colombia. They occur in the main tributaries
of the ...
Sotalia fluviatilis species guide - Similar in appearance to a bottlenose dolphin,
the tucuxi is one of two species of dolphin that inhabit the large rivers in South ...
Tucuxi belong to the Mammalian Order Cetacea, in the suborder Odontoceti. All
toothed whales belong to the suborder Odontoceti, which is Latin for "toothed ...
The appearance of the tucuxi resembles that of a smaller bottlenose dolphin. The
tucuxi is light grey to bluish-grey on the back and pinkish to light grey on the ...
Tucuxis, also known as gray dolphins and Guianian River dolphins, are
neotropical dolphins that live exclusively in the Amazon and Orinoco basins and
Find out what's known about Tucuxis, Sotalia spp., Mammalia, Cetacea,
Delphinidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding behaviors, life
Tucuxi dolphin. The Tucuxi (Sotalia fluviatilis) is a dolphin found both in the rivers
of the Amazon Basin and in the coastal waters to the north and east of South ...
Wikipedia has an article on: tucuxi. tucuxi (plural tucuxis). A freshwater dolphin,
estuarine dolphin Sotalia fluviatilis, found in the rivers of the Amazon Basin ...
The tucuxi dolphin is a small to midsize freshwater dolphin that can be found
living throughout the amazon river. While these dolphins are acrobatic they are