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 the pink river dolphin or boto, lives only
in freshwater. It is found throughout much of the Amazon and Orinoco river ...
Jan 28, 2014 ... The Amazon River Dolphin lives around the basins where the Amazon River and
Orinoco River drains. Both of these rivers are found in South ...
Oct 2, 2013 ... The Pink river dolphins are freshwater dolphins who live in the Amazon river and
the Orinoco River.
The Encantado is a pink dolphin that lives in the Amazon River. It can grow to be
8-9 feet long (most are smaller) and can weigh 400 pounds. As you can see in ...
The Amazon River Dolphin, also called the boutu, boto, or bufeo, is the largest of
... of protection until new settlers began to arrive and live along the river banks.
WDC is working to stop the illegal hunting of Amazon River dolphins to be used
as ... Botos live in the rivers and lakes of the Amazon and enter the flooded forest
Dec 30, 2013 ... Because Amazon River dolphins do not have any known natural predators —
other than humans — they do not need to live in large protective ...
One of the most extraordinary animals found in the Amazon is the tucuxi, a
species of dolphin or porpoise that lives in the river. Even though it looks like a
The Amazon river dolphin can be found in a number of locations including:
Amazon Rainforest. Find out more about these places and what else lives there.