Amazon River Dolphin
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Definition of the noun Amazon River Dolphin
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- geographic area: South America
- geographic area: South America
Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Amazon River Dolphin
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Discover the Amazon (2008)
The World's Largest Rainforest by Lauri Berkenkamp
Known as the boto, the Amazon River dolphin is a freshwater mammal that grows up to almost 9 feet (3meters) in length, weighs 400 pounds (182 kilograms), and is bright pink! People who live in Amazonia believe that when someone drowns ...
Freshwater Dolphins (1995)
by John F. Prevost
The Amazon River dolphin is a freshwater mammal. The tail and flippers of the freshwater dolphin are broad.
by Donna Latham
Knownas the boto, the Amazon River dolphin is a freshwater mammal that growsup to almost 9 feet(3meters) in length, weighs 400 pounds (182 kilograms), and isbright pink! People who live in Amazonia believe that when someone drowns in ...
by William F. Perrin, Bernd Wursig, J.G.M. 'Hans' Thewissen
Amazon River dolphin is known as boto or botovermelho in Brazil; bufeo colorado in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru; and toninha and delphin Rosado in Venezuela. It is also known in English as pink dolphin and internationally as boto .
The Silk Road Encyclopedia (2016)
by Jeong Su-il
Among dolphins, there are some that live in freshwater such as the Ganges River dolphin, the Amazon River dolphin, and the Yangtze River dolphin. There are three families, five genera, and ten species of baleen whales, which have a ...
First Animal Encyclopedia (2015)
Amazon River dolphin: this dolphin is one of the only freshwater whales. Leaping dolphins Dolphins are small whales. They are highly intelligent and curious, and ...
by C. Reid Nichols, Robert G. Williams
The pink Amazon River dolphin (Inia geoffrenis), known as “botos” in Brazil, is one such species that inhabits freshwater rivers in the Amazon River basin. The common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops trun- catus), can be found in United States ...
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Photos about Amazon River Dolphin
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- The Amazon river dolphin has a nibble
Photo credit: Ben Sutherland
- Amazon River Dolphin/Pink River Dolphin (Inia geoffrensis)
Males grow to over eight-feet, making them the large frreshwater dolphin. And they use that "melon" for sonar, and it is effective enough to send out a blast strong enough to kill prey items...
Photo credit: Gregory "Slobirdr" Smith
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Video language resources about Amazon River Dolphin
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- Amazon River Dolphin Swim - Rio Negro
Some footage of a swim with the pink river dolphins that inhabit the Amazon river on a peacock bass fishing trip in 2009. The video was filmed on the Rio Negro ...
- Amazon River Dolphin. The Boto Dolphin
The Amazon River Dolphin (Inea Geoffrensis), also known as Boto, is a freshwater dolphin endemic of the Amazon region. The Portal of Life on Earth - Visit us!
- AMAZON RIVER DOLPHIN HD Stock Video Footage 4
Stock video footage of freshwater Amazon River Dolphins, Inia geoffrensis, Stock video footage of...
- Rusty Johnson with an Amazon River Dolphin