The Indus river dolphin (Platanista gangetica minor) is a subspecies of
freshwater river dolphin found in the Indus river of India and Pakistan. This
dolphin was ...
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 ... Did You Know? · Indus River dolphins have very small eyes that resemble
pinhole openings. Some scientists believe they are functionally blind ...
Listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union, Indus River dolphin are
among the world's most endangered dolphins. The remaining populations are ...
Jul 18, 2014 ... The freshwater dolphin's habitat is disappearing as Pakistan diverts river water
Jan 14, 2008 ... The Indus River dolphin is generally found alone or in small groups in the
deepest channel of the Indus River. Its range has drastically ...
Jan 28, 2014 ... The Indus River dolphin (Platanista gangetica minor) is a species that lives in the
Ganges and Indus river, close to India, Nepal and Pakistan.
Indus river dolphins, Platanista gangetica minor, aka blind river dolphins or
bhulans, are very similar to the Ganges river dolphins with the exception of
The Indus river dolphin as the name suggests can be found swimming in the
Indus river which is located in Pakistan. In addition to the name Indus river
dolphin it ...
Nov 24, 2015 ... Scientific Name: Platanista minor. Status: Endangered Number Remaining:
About 1,100. Found in the freshwaters of the Indus River in South ...