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dolphinspedia.com/dolphins-facts/why-are-pink-dolphins-pink

Did you know that dolphins could be pink? Yes, they can be. Not only gray, black and white but pink as well.. Pink dolphin is the common name of The Amazon river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis), that lives in Amazon, Orinoco and Araguaia rivers.It is an endangered specie due to pollution according to International Union for Conservation of Nature.

www2.padi.com/.../2017/02/13/5-facts-amazon-pink-river-dolphin

Dolphins are one of the most loved marine animals, though most people only get to see the species that live in the ocean. For Valentine’s Day, we decided to do a little research on one of the most unique species: the Amazon pink river dolphin. There’s a lot to love! And if you’d like to make ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon_river_dolphin

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. Three subspecies are currently recognized: I. g. geoffrensis (Amazon river dolphin), I. g. boliviensis (Bolivian river dolphin) and I. g. humboldtiana (Orinoco river dolphin

www.worldwildlife.org/species/amazon-river-dolphin

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 basins in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, and Venezuela. It is a relatively abundant freshwater cetacean with an estimated ...

animalsake.com/why-are-pink-dolphins-endangered

Pink dolphins, also popularly known as Boto, Bouto or Amazon river dolphin are a type of dolphin species living in the Amazon rainforest with bodies well adapted to the Amazon river. They are also commonly found in the streams and main rivers of the Orinoco river systems; the upper Madeira river in South America and Pearl river of Hong Kong.

www.bbc.com/.../20160426-why-one-species-of-dolphin-has-turned-pink

Why one species of dolphin has turned pink. Botos lurk, virtually unseen, in the huge rivers of South America - and they are the subject of an awful lot of wild speculation ... Reputation: Botos ...

www.animalspot.net/amazon-river-dolphin.html

The Amazon River Dolphin is a group of dolphins that primarily dwell in the South Americas waters, especially in the Amazon river. Also known as the ‘Pink River Dolphin’ or the ‘Boto’, they are not to be confused with the marine pink dolphins. This water mammal is the largest of all the other river dolphin species, and cannot survive in salt water.

www.wildernessclassroom.com/wilderness-library/pink-river-dolphin

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 becomes more translucent allowing the blood to show through. When excited, they will flush to a bright pink temporarily, like your face might when you get embarrassed or excited.

kidzfeed.com/pink-river-dolphin-facts

Pink River Dolphin Facts – Amazon River Dolphin Facts 1. What is Pink Dolphin. Pink River Dolphin is a specie of dolphin that is found in the fresh water of Amazon river. It is the largest among all the river dolphin species and have certain unique adaptations which makes them different from the other river dolphin species.

galapagosinsiders.com/.../amazon-rainforest-pink-dolphins

Amazon Rainforest Pink Dolphin Facts . Amazon river dolphins typically weigh up to 352 pounds. They grow up to 9.2 feet in length. Interestingly, while the dolphin is named after its pink color, actually when it is young it is gray.