Indus River Dolphin
Indus River dolphins are roughly the same color as the river, gray or brown, though they sometimes are lighter on their undersides. Their “beaks” are distinctively swollen at the tip and very long, reaching 20% of the length of...
The Indus river dolphin (Platanista gangetica minor) is a subspecies of
freshwater river dolphin found in the Indus river (and its Beas and Sutlej
tributaries) of ...
Indus river dolphins are one of only four river dolphin species and subspecies in
the world that spend all of their lives in freshwater. They are believed to have ...
Dec 30, 2014 ... Indus River dolphins, sometimes called "bhulans," are one of two separate
subspecies of South Asian river dolphins. The other recognizable ...
The Indus River dolphin (Platanista minor) is one of the world's rarest mammals
and the second most endangered freshwater river dolphin. Approximately 1,100
The Indus River dolphin (Platanista gangetica minor) is a species that lives in the
Ganges and Indus river, close to India, Nepal and Pakistan.
Feb 25, 2012 ... The Indus River dolphin (scientific name: Platanista minor) is fresh water
cetacean closely related to the Ganges River dolphin (Platanista ...
Listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union, Indus River dolphin are
among the world's most endangered dolphins. The remaining populations are ...
The Indus River Dolphin was considered by some researchers as a distinct
species for several decades (1970s–1990s) and was listed as such in the 1996
Jun 11, 2006 ... Animal Info - Indus River Dolphin. (Other Names: Bhulan, Blind River Dolphin,
Delfín del Indo, Indus Dolphin, Indus Susu, Plataniste de l'Indus, ...