River Dolphin Facts | Peruvian Amazon Wildlife Guide
The pink river dolphin, locally known as “
The second species, the gray dolphin or “Tucuxi,” is 5 feet long, and their shape resembles a marine dolphin more than their same order neighbors. Gray dolphins have a grayish coloration, a shorter snout, and a more triangular dorsal fin. They also are apparently more active and breach more often.
River dolphins can be found in larger groups, sometimes along the deeper waters of larger rivers and can even be found along the south Atlantic coast of South America.
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