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Pink Dolphin Rare and protected
blueangels1015 says: 10 Months AgoLittle of the pink dolphin -The Amazon River dolphin is famous for its pink color, but many don’t know that it comes in a large number of shades. The dolphins start off gray when they’re young and slowly turn pink as they get older. Their final color can be influenced by their behavior, capillary placement, diet, and exposure to sunlight. The dolphins can be anywhere from mostly gray with some pink spots, to almost flamingo pink. And when the dolphins get excited, they can flush bright pink, similar to humans blushing.Out of the five freshwater species, the pink river dolphin comes out on top. Measuring at up to 9 feet/2.7 meters long, 400 pounds/181 kilograms, and living up to 30 years old, these animals are massive. They also have unusually large brains, with 40% more brain capacity than humans. The pink river dolphin is often seen alone or in small groups of 2-4 individuals. In some food-rich areas or at the mouths of the rivers they can be found in larger groups, but it’s less common. Despite living in small groups, they’re still incredibly curious and outgoing animals, and frequently interact with humans
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