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Amazon river dolphin - Wikipedia


The Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis), also known as the boto, bufeo or pink river dolphin, is a species of toothed whale classified in the family Iniidae.

Pink River Dolphins - National Geographic Video


Up to 9 feet (2.7 meters) long and 300 pounds (136.1 kilograms), Pink River Dolphins are the largest freshwater dolphins in the world.

Amazon / Pink River Dolphin | WWF


The pink river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis), contains 2 subspecies: I. geoffrensis geoffrensis in the Amazon; I. geoffrensis boliviensis in Bolivia and; I. geoffrensis ...

Amazon River Dolphin (Boto) Species Guide - Whale and Dolphin ...


The Amazon River dolphin, also known as the boto, is found in the murky waters of ... Boto; Bufeo; Araguaian dolphin; Bolivian River dolphin; Pink river dolphin.

Amazon River Dolphin (Pink Dolphins) | Species | WWF


The Amazon river dolphin, also known as pink river dolphins, is becoming vulnerable in certain areas due to dams and contamination of rivers and lakes.

Pink Amazon River Dolphin - Dolphin Facts and Information


Jan 29, 2014 ... Among the five species of river dolphins, Amazon pink dolphins are considered the most intelligent of them, with a brain capacity 40% larger ...

BBC - Earth - Why one species of dolphin has turned pink


Apr 27, 2016 ... Reputation: Botos, or Amazon river dolphins are pink, quiet, solitary, blind mythical mammals. Reality: They are real, not mythical, but they are ...

Pink River Dolphin - Wilderness Classroom


Dec 30, 2013 ... The amazon pink river dolphins or botos are born grey and become pinker with age. This is because, as the dolphin grows older, its skin ...

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Jan 25, 2013 ... Up to 9 feet long and weighing up to 300 pounds, pink river dolphins are the largest freshwater dolphins in the world. ➡ Subscribe: ...

Amazon's pink river dolphins reveal the bizarre impacts of seafood ...


Sep 30, 2016 ... In recent years numbers of South America's freshwater dolpins have fallen. But they're not being caught to eat, but as bait for a common catfish ...