Pink dolphins live in the Amazon, Araguaia and Orinoco river systems in South America. The dolphins, also known as Amazon river dolphins, live in portions of the river systems that pass through Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia,... More »

Albino dolphins are otherwise normal dolphins that suffer from a congenital genetic disorder leading to the complete or partial lack of pigment in the skin, hair and eyes. The lack of pigment often gives their albino ski... More »

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The Amazon River dolphin, which is also known as the boto or pink river dolphin, is estimated to number in the tens of thousands, according to the World Wildlife Fund. However, the pink river dolphin is still classified ... More »

The two types of fish commonly referred to as freshwater parrotfish are the parrot chichlid, a large fish that inhabits the Amazon and Orinoco rivers in South America, and the blood parrot chichlid, a man-made hybrid wit... More »

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According to EnchantedLearning.com, dolphins live in what is known as the euphotic zone, which is sometimes referred to as the sunlit zone — part of the continental shelf that extends down to depths of anywhere from 50 t... More »

Male bottlenose dolphins live an average of between 40 and 45 years, while females can live over 50 years. Females reproduce every 3 to 6 years after they reach sexual maturity between the ages of 5 and 10. More »

Dolphins do not live in countries; they live in oceans and rivers. Almost all 40 of the dolphin species live in oceans around the world, but there are a few species that live in the Yangtze River in China and rivers in S... More »