Here is one of the pink river dolphins
Dr. Lindsay Porter, a senior examination researcher with the University of St. Andrews, told The Guardian that since 1993, she’s been studying these dolphins and she has seen nothing like this sensational change before. She added that dolphins are investing more time in socialization or splashing around on the surface level, and it was truly incredible to see them playing and living it up.
This pink river dolphin is really cute
The pink river dolphins have an unmistakable dolphin smile, and their foreheads are round with long, slim beaks. The river dolphin has a long nose that can reach up to 23 inches, which is four times longer than the sea dolphin’s nose, and they can swim with extraordinary accuracy.
Other river dolphin species have dimorphism, which is where females are bigger than males, but the inverse is what you’ll see with regards to the Amazon river dolphins. Since river dolphins are amazingly flexible, they can maneuver around tree trunks, rocks, and other things.
They can also swim forward using one flipper while the other flipper oars in reverse. This swimming strategy allows them to make difficult maneuvers, and they also prefer to swim in an upside-down position.
Nonetheless, in spite of the various ongoing, the World Wide Fund says that the numbers of pink dolphins over the years have quickly decreased because of contamination, overfishing, and substantial marine traffic.
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